Transcend DrivePro 620 test results
Evaluation of operation: 17 out of 20 points
Picture quality: In contrast to other dual dash cams, the Transcend DrivePro 620 does not have different image qualities: Both dash cams film in full HD (1080p), take 60 frames per second and have a wide angle of 140 degrees – you can see that permit. So you don’t have to make any compromises in terms of quality with the rear shots. The front camera does not give cause for complaint either in the day or in the night shots. Colors, sharpness and richness of detail can completely convince. In bright backlighting, the shadow areas are a bit dark, but that is to be tolerated. The night shots can also convince. It looks similar with the rear camera: The recordings hardly differ from those of the front camera. They are a little darker overall, but this can also be due to the position in the car.
“Quality” rating: 17 out of 20 points
“Safety” rating: 6 out of 10 points
Conclusion and technical data
Conclusion: Except for one error when blocking recordings from the rear camera, the Transcend dual dashcam runs flawlessly. It delivers high image quality both front and rear, is easy to use and offers added value through numerous assistance functions and an app. And at an absolutely fair price! And if you can do without the rear camera, you can buy the front camera (DrivePro 250) for just under 100 euros as an alternative.
Max. Resolution: Full HD (1080p) at 60 fps (front and rear camera)
Recording angle: 140 ° (front and rear camera)
SD: up to 256 GB, from Class 10
Display: 2.4 inch LCD display
Length of recording: 1/3/5 min loops