The F70 dash cam from Thinkware is just the device for people who hate cluttered windshields but want a high-performing dash cam.
It is the smallest dash cam I have tried so far — much smaller and lighter than its stable mate, the Thinkware F800.
It is tubular in shape, with dimensions of 3.07 x 1.4 x 1.24 inches, and it weighs under two ounces (42.4g). Packed into this small space is a full HD 2.12-megapixel camera recording at up to 30fps with a 140-degree viewing angle and wide dynamic range.
Unsurprisingly, for its $110 price, there is only a front camera on this model. You would need to buy the F200, F770, or the F800Pro for the extra camera.
It also has thermal protection in case your car suffers extreme temperatures and has no rechargeable batteries that could explode in the heat. Thinkware instead opted for large capacitors to hold the charge and carry on saving files in case of a sudden power cut.
The F70 also has collision detection to record any incidents that happen to your car whilst you are away from the…