Per your experience sharing, I decide to buy a Viofo A119 V3. Looked at the newer A129s as well but I do not need the 'newer' features and the A119 V3 has better cost-to-performance ratio.I have bought three Viofo A119 cams for myself and family, all running stably. The newer version is the A129 which is available in a Duo and Pro version:
I'm happy with the quality when I bought the A119's years ago. Though I'm not sure there has been much progress in image quality on other brands/models.
A site for more info on these but unsure on the amount of "link blog" quality info in there these days: https://dashcamtalk.com/
Be sure to verify on the forum: https://dashcamtalk.com/forum/
Thanks for this tip. I learned of this 'endurance' rating thing from reading posts in the dashcamtalk.com too.I've had a very good experience with these, I hope you will too. Be sure to buy a high quality (endurance) microSD card with reasonable capacity so they aren't corrupt after a short while. I have a Samsung PRO Endurance 32GB in use for 2 years without issue, recording 1080p for about 3-6 hours a week. I also have a SanDisk High Endurance 32GB for about 5 years with the same usage.