Is a Dash cam good vehicle CCTV SYSTEM?


From slashing tyres to keying paintwork, we have seen many cases where people suffer at the hand of vandalization to their car and that is when they uprise to ask if dash cams can provide protection against such problems.

Just few weeks back a news broke where new Fortuner car was parked in ignition near a restaurant. The car owner was peacefully getting his food parcelled and when he returned he found his car scratched and a broken flood light.  Fortunately, the car owner had KENT CamEye installed, he immediately looked into the mobile app of KENT CamEye to find the video of the vandal. The owner quickly reported the police and shared the video, resulting in a 32-year old man being questioned by the police.

So that’s it, closed case, dash cam footage helped catch the vandal and they work, ok? One should always choose a dash cam that offers protection. So below are some of the points that are to be considered while buying a dash cam. 

Inside and Outside Recording:

During normal use, a dash cam only cover the view from the front in order to capture the vast majority of meaningful activity that it needs to. However, in the case of a vehicle being targeted by vandals or thieves, the back of the vehicle is the prime target area so people want a device that can cover the front and the back of the same.  KENT CamEye offers dual camera technology that offers inside and outside view of the car and also offers real-time tracking so that you don’t miss out on anything.  


When a person plans to buy a security device, he should choose a product that has easy installation process and yet looks professional. It should not interfere with the original electrical wiring or vehicle’s OBD port. High flexibility in the installation process should be given. By touching the hardwire you might end-up the car company warranty but with KENT CamEye you should not worry about it as it is a non-OBD based device. 

Memory Capacity:

This becomes less of an issue as dash cam technology has gone ahead and they can now accept larger capacity memory cards and even cloud storage these days. Most of the car cameras save your data on memory card that can hold around 5-6 hours of high quality footage and once out of memory it starts to loop recording. But with KENT CamEye users don’t have to worry as the device offers cloud storage and saves the data for up to 90 days. 

Live Streaming:

The idea of being able to connect to the dash cam, from anywhere in the world, and see activity around the car is one that we’re often asked about, but there simply hasn’t been an answer to. However, that may all be about to change with the development of “KENT CamEye. This device offers live videos that owner can see via the app that is available for both Android and iOS mobile users. The feature enables the car owners to keep a constant eye on his car and clearly has significant security benefits.


There is no doubt that car cameras can play main role in protecting your car when you are not around it and KENT CamEye is one device that keeps you posted on every moment of your car. One can buy this device from KENT CamEye Store online, and at a price of Rs.17999. To book a demo, share your details at or call us at 011-66765030.