RedTiger F7N 4K dual dash cam is a great camera that can capture high definition videos and photos. It has a resolution of 4K and it is made for use with the RedTiger App. This camera also has an auto focus system and it can take great selfies. The camera also has a wide angle lens and it can shoot video in up to 1080p.
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- Redtiger was founded by Jonny Don who is super proficient in self-driving tour. He degins the business with the enthusiasm for technology products and the experience of concentrating on motor industries for more than a decade.
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Dave Gehman –
Executive summary: good cam; small with clear images; neat windshield install solution; top-drawer customer service; ok 3rd party free Android app. A keeper.If you want a 23-minute in-depth review, and I mean in depth, search on YouTube for Jabber Tech, “RedTiger WiFi GPS Dash Camera…” This video has long sequences of drive video — day, dusk, night. Jabber’s drive videos match my experience around clarity, automatic light compensation, and audio.MountingRedTiger supplies 2 pieces of what they call electrostatic film that goes between your windshield and the 3M super-sticky adhesive on the GPS module. (You just slide the camera off the GPS module during installation.) The film has moderate but very effective adhesive on the windshield side. Repositioning the camera without the film would result in destruction of the 3M sticky. Repositioning with the film involved simply peeling the film off the windshield and re-sticking.I’m now on my 3rd reposition.Position 1 gave me a viewpoint that contained a whole lot of the rear view mirror mount on the left of the image. This cam is REALLY wide angle. Moved it an inch or so to the right, thanks to the film, and no more mirror mount close-ups.Then I discovered that the dotted top-of-windshield shading on my 2003 Toyota Avalon’s windshield seriously blocked acquisition of GPS satellites. My theory is that the dots are metallic frit burned onto the glass rather than plain old silkscreen ink, and the metal content is absorbing/blocking the GPS signals.Position 3 now puts the GPS module on clear glass about 1/32″ inch below the dotted shading. GPS signal acquisition is now as fast as it’s going to be (takes some time) and once locked in, it stays locked in for the duration of the trip.My experience is that, after car start, it’s about 3 minutes of driving or about 2 miles before the GPS location and ground speed kicks in.ControlsWIth a camera this small, there’s no real estate for tons of buttons. This means that every button has multiple functions that depend on what you’re doing at the moment. The manual, which is very good, is about as clear as you can get around this, but you should expect a bit of a learning curve.The only way out is through — spending time working out how to alter settings, take a snapshot, manually turn off the camera, find the configuration of the many options, and so on. Alternatively you can just go with the factory defaults: video begins recording when power reaches the camera, drive segment files are 1 minute long (there is no lag between each successive MP4 1-min. file), resolution is 3840 x 2160 pixels at 30 frames per second.Customer service:Via email. It is top-drawer support whose access point in the US is in Colorado.I found RedTiger’s service VERY responsive and got replies in 12 hours. In my case, the manual was a tad ambiguous around repositioning, whether you pulled the GPS sticky off the film or the film off the windshield (it’s the latter). Rose immediately sent me new 3M stickies and electrostatic films free, so I’ll be able to reposition this cam till the cows come home.SD CardThe manual recommends at least a Samsung 64 GB micro SD Class 10 U3 card. I’m finding that a (cheaper) Best Buy Samsung 128 GB Class 10 U1 card is working just fine. The manual cautions you not to turn to eBay or Amazon for the micro SD to avoid getting stuck with poor-performing fakes.The Android AppTo connect, I found I had to get away from any WiFi that I already had saved. In may case, this was a distant corner on an out-of-the-way strip mall parking lot. It’s cool to see what the camera’s seeing and to do rudimentary file diving.But transmission is too slow for downloading files from the F7N to the Android. For that, you’re going to want to pop the micro SD card out and use a card reader, either OTC for the phone or USB for computers. Don’t drop the card in your car because there are dozens of nooks and crannies for it to hide itself. It never falls in plain sight. As me how I know….SummaryI think it’s a really good camera at what has become a low-middle range of price. I spent a long time watching those YouTube car crash / idiot driver videos, looking at the time stamps at the bottom of the images, figuring out which brands had the best images. Then, because I’m cheap, I cross-ruffed against price — the high-end cams are about as good as this RedTiger F7N… for 2.5-3x the RedTiger price.
I acquired the F7N dedicated hardware kit and an inside rear camera, that is mounted on the top center rear window, via contacting REDTIGER customer service. I had an excellent experience with their customer support team. They responded to and processed my request in a very timely manner.I had the F7N system installed professionally at a local car stereo installation shop (they install various car accessories). To me, the $150 installation cost was well worth it as they sell and install dash cams (I called and spoke to multiple shops and picked the one that seemed most knowledgeable to me).With the dedicated hard wire kit, I have Parking Monitoring mode turned on. With this feature, the system records differently to save power and recording space. The system records monitoring mode in different folders: Park_F (for front camera) and Park_R (for rear camera).This dash cam has great performance with a full range of features. It covers all dash cam needs including parking monitoring. I would recommend reading the user manual and going through the settings carefully. It will help you understand the system with much better satisfaction.When I want to view the dash cam’s videos, I remove the memory chip and play them on my computer (make sure you turn the dash cam off while removing and inserting the memory chip).SummaryThis dash cam is a good value with price, quality, and features. I like the small display screen because it has very minimal windshield view obstruction.
I can’t speak for the negative reviews, but I absolutely love this Dash Cam (Front & Rear). I’ll try to be fairly brief:Pros:Camera (picture) quality is very sharp, colors are perfect. There are 3 quality settings; Front Only = 24 FPS; 2160P Front Only = 30 FPS; 1440P – smoother playback Front & Rear = 24 FPS; 2160P + 1080P – a bit jerky during playback Front & Rear = 30 FPS; 1440P + 1080P – smoother playback since more frames per secondLoop Recording increments of 1 or 3 or 5 minute segments. The 5 min @ 2160P file size is almost 1 GB256 GB card max = approx 21 hours of recordings. $27 on Amazon for Samsung U3 A2 V30 SD cardAudio quality seemed fine. Can hear my music, any talking, and engine acceleratingHardwire Kit required for Parking Mode was totally free (even $0 shipping)Abundant Settings to control the camerasEmail Support responds within 24 hours to each email and are genuinely concerned, kudos!!!Cons:Hardwire Kit, took a little over an hour to install, but worked perfectly immediatelyBoth cameras, once mounted, only swivel up and down, there is no left and right swivelPlayback on Windows 10 desktop using GPS Player or using RedTiger Player had no audio. I finally discovered a setting for Spatial Sound (new in Win10) set to OFF by default. Change setting to “Windows Sonic” or to “Dolby Atmos” and that allowed the audio to play perfectly. Search Google to change it.I put this camera in my Silverado 2500 Crew Cab mounted by the rear view mirror. There was plenty of extra wire for the power (both in the supplied cigarette lighter and also the hardwire kit). The rear camera wire is 21 feet (almost 7 meters) and it was exactly enough to run from the rear view mirror, down into the door molding to the back, run up the rear door molding and to the top center of the rear window. Thankfully they include a plastic trim spacer that helps tuck the wire into the trim moldings.I haven’t tried the camera at night, so can’t speak for the night vision. Hope this review helps someone deciding if this camera is right for them.
RedTiger F7N was easy install, I’d suggest watching several UTube videos before, especially when using the Anti-static film b/4 final 3m attachment! Nice compact size, instruction book included well layed out an process of setting it up! Works well with interface iPhone App for using videos! Nice tool included also for wireing units electrical power conection! However it would have been nice if their lighter adapter had a female usb it the top so you could include another devise in the Piggy-Back for power! I had to purchase a plug them at excepted 2 USB plug ins!! Pictures are truly good, especially with the 170* degree front camera view. Rear camera very nice as well but wireing it is a chore especially around the front window area near windshield. Easy on camera case functions and presets! Camera can be removed and used in your lap top USB port for connections and possible data transfers if using videos in social media! Weak area is the thumb screw adjustment part kept falling off onto the dash of car and finally fell into dash vents lost for ever! They are sending me a replacement but small item screw wheel is important part and perhaps they will find a way to make it stay on! I’m planning to use super glue on the replasement to keep from falling off agsin! I’d suggest Red Tiger make it in one peace adjustment wheel by permanently attaching the plastic thumb wheel to the Metal nut would solve future problems! Over all it’s a great price and product with great camera lense ! It gets top ratings on Amazon from others and reason I purched this brand!
I’ve wanted a dashcam for my 2015 Chrysler Town & Country for the longest time. I did a ton of research before buying and delayed purchasing for quite some time. While I’m sure some of the competitor models are good, I finally decided on the REDTIGER 4K front/rear dashcam. I liked this one for the features and the great feedback I saw. REDTIGER dashcam shows very clear images, has Bluetooth and GPS capability, and a parking mode if hardwired (I didn’t do that part yet, but I’m about to). Installation is on the right side of the rear view mirror and that actually is good since you don’t want to be gawking at the camera and not at the road. I just connected it to my iPhone today using the UCAM app and it worked flawlessly. Great field of view, clarity, and smoothness. If I wanted to take a photo or save the video, it was just a press of a button on the phone. I was very impressed.Installation was ridiculously simple and that part startled me because I am not usually adept at this type of thing. Except for the 2-3 inches of wires by camera, the wiring is totally invisible. I do recommend going on YouTube and watching how to install the rear camera on a hatchback to get the wiring in the correct location.Customer service was exceptional!! I had purchased the dashcam for $149.99 along with a hardwire kit to use the cam in parking mode that was paired with the cam for another $18.99. The dash cam comes with a 32GB mini-card, but I upgraded to a 256GB mini-card. Well, the paired hardwiring kit had the wrong plug so it had to go back. While looking on Amazon, I saw a new deal for the exact same REDTIGER 4K dashcam for $118.99. I asked Amazon for a credit, but they said I had to return the unit and reorder. So I reordered the dashcam, but I decided to wait on the wiring. The new unit came in the next day, but it did not have the 32GB mini card. I received an email from Ms. Shelly, REDTIGER representative, who was concerned that I had a poor experience. I explained that wasn’t true; I simply couldn’t get a credit from Amazon. I told her the hardwiring kit wasn’t correct and the mini-card was missing on the new unit. Ms. Shelly from REDTIGER immediately apologized profusely and said the company would make it right. She was professional, patient, and knowledgeable – very customer service-friendly. I asked about an extention cable to the rear of the van and the cost because I wasn’t sure the supplied rear camera cable would be long enough (I hadn’t installed it yet). But REDTIGER company promptly sent me one free of charge! As it turns out, the original cable was just long enough, but if I decide to reconfigure the cable location, this extension will come in handy. Oh, and they also gave me a new hardwiring kit free, AND gave me a credit for the missing 32GB mini-card, even though I said it was ok because I had purchased the 256GB card. I offered to pay for the wires up front, but they wouldn’t hear of it. The point is that REDTIGER, through Ms. Shelly, provided OUTSTANDING and PROMPT customer service. They didn’t have to reach out, but they did. They didn’t have to be concerned, but they were. They didn’t have to provide the accessories for free, but they wouldn’t take no for an answer. They went out of their way to make it right, and they weren’t even the ones at fault!! And Shelly is simply the BEST!! She demonstrated the company really cares.I cannot speak to the folks who didn’t enjoy this dashcam, and here’s hoping it works for a long time (it’s not even close to hot outside yet). But I am absolutely thrilled with both the cam and the company. I highly recommend this brand and trust me, it usually takes a lot for this old Air Force retiree to recommend anything – this was my experience. Sure glad I bought this REDTIGER dash cam.ADDENDUM: After about 6 weeks, I did experience an issue with the camera not synching with my new phone. I contacted REDTIGER and Ms. Shelly was genuinely concerned and immediately sent me a new unit. This new dash cam works perfectly and I am grateful for the absolutely OUTSTANDING customer service AFTER the sale. This is the customer service one would expect from all sellers, but we all know that doesn’t always happen. I mean, how many times have you read where customers got stiffed because it was after the return window? I can testify that mine was after the return window, too – But REDTIGER stands by their product and made it right without any hassles. They just took care of the problem. My new unit arrived exactly 24 hours after the conversation with Shelly. I stand by my earlier comments that I am so glad I bought the REDTIGER dash cam. This one is working just fine.
*Update 07/30/22The seller provided updated (custom? Beta?) firmware and it seems to have fixed the issue! That’s awesome. My cam is now set up correctly with the proper time/DST settings. It was a bit painful to get here but I’m glad everything is sorted now.*Update 07/28/22*So I finally figured out the pausing issue. Turns out it’s the DST setting. I am in pacific time and so logically I set my time zone to pacific and set DST to ON since we are observing DST until November. As soon as I changed DST to OFF I got NO MORE PAUSES! BUTTTT!!! The time is now wrong ? lol. So I am happy that it works now but I’m not happy that the time display is wrong. I’ll have to adjust it in time settings. I think I’ll leave it at that.To wrap up. Things I tried to fix the issue:1: Update firmware2: Reset to factory settings3: Many different endurance microSD cards (2 Samsung Pro Endurance, 1 Transcend Endurance, 1 SanDisk Endurance)4: Setting GPS display to OFF, Wifi OFF5: Recording in all 3 different resolutionsThe only thing that worked was setting DST to OFF. I’m relieved this is resolved but concerned that it was an issue in the first place.To the seller’s credit, REDTIGER, they attempted to help and were pleasant enough to deal with.ORIGINAL REVIEW:I had a detailed review but Amazon did not approve it due to what I believe was GPS coordinates in the video I posted. So here’s the short of it:The camera pauses every few seconds. These pauses are actually recorded into the video file created. Obviously, this is not wanted behavior as something can happen in between these pauses and they will not be recorded. I am using a Samsung PRO Endurance mSD card.I’ve been in contact with the seller. I appreciate them wanting to help. They had me try all these troubleshooting steps going back and forth for a few days. They wanted me to send several hundred MB videos through email (lol) obviously this is not possible as the file limits in Outlook and Gmail are very low. I provided the videos through Google drive downloads. Ultimately, I stated that I do not have time to troubleshoot a camera that is obviously not working correctly (I need a dash cam for my daily commute) and that to please honor their warranty or refund my money. They will send me a new camera that I hope ? works correctly. They are requesting the broken camera back which will be a hassle to go to drop off but fine if it means they’ll honor their warranty.RedTiger’s support is commendable but really it shouldn’t be this difficult to warranty a broken device. If the replacement device works as intended I will use it and adjust my rating accordingly but I will not buy another RedTiger dash cam and instead stick to more reputable brands.
When my wife and I purchased our new car last year, we knew we wanted a dash cam for our vehicle. After a fairly exhaustive search, I pulled the trigger with the RedTiger dash cam. Both front and rear camera picture quality are excellent. Really good details. You will need to buy a memory card, as one is not included (at least the one that we bought). I suggest at least 128G. My only knock on this device, and hopefully I did not overlook it, but there is not an easy wireless app to download the videos directly to your phone. I have not delved into this a lot, but I’ve tried two and neither of them worked. I mostly download videos to my computer at home. I also believe you can wire are the camera directly to your car. However, with almost all the cameras I researched, they all said unless you have it professionally done do not attempt it yourself. It could drain your battery. We’re happy with it just being plugged in to an outlet.
Chas S. –
Redtiger’s customer service really made things right. They were very responsive, patient and apologetic for the problems I’ve been having. I really give them a lot of credit because when they say the customer satisfaction is important they meant it.I left the previous review below to show my problems. Their response for resolving my issues was fantastic. When it was all said and done, I now have a very nice dash camera that works wonderfully the picture is crisp on both front and rear cameras and is very easy to use.When I get ready to add a dash camera to my wife’s car Redtiger will be on the top of my short list of cameras.Keep up the great work Redtiger.OLD REVIEW:The dash camera and the video on the camera itself seems to be nice. That’s the good part. When I try to download my video to my computer to view it the screen is blank. I contacted Redtiger about the problem via E-mail, they tell me I need to download a player to my computer. That’s all fine but there software only has a downloadable versions for Windows and Mac OS. I have a chromebook which uses Android OS.Now I’m 60 years old and I’m not a computer Teckkie. Which by the way took over 12 hours for them to respond back to me even though their manual says they have 24/7 customer service.I tried to call their 1880 phone number from their website and is says the number is “unavailable” so I can’t even talk to anyone.Then I’m told via E-mail I might need to download some new firmware. NEW FIRMWARE seriously!! I spent over $140 on this dash cam and now I need to update the firmware! What the heck is firmware anyway! Shouldn’t it already have the correct firmware? This should be just a plug in and play system.I’ve had the camera for over 2 days now and it is still now working the way it should. And I’m still waiting for Redtiger to respond to my next set of question.I’m right on the verge of sending it back and purchacing something different unless Redtiger can step up and correct my issues quickly.
Irish Hiker –
My frustration has subsided. Actually, it was missdirected. I should not denigrate a manufacturer’s product because Amazon suggested a hard wire kit that was wrong for the product.OK, let’s talk about the dashcam. I bought the RedTiger F7N 4K for my wife’s vehicle and it is a really nice camera system. It is small, compact, tucked away behind the rear view mirror and barely visible to someone passing by. I added a Samsung EVO 128 gb micro SD card. I had a local company do the physical install and I did have to acquire a new hard wire kit..I like that this camera has a screen that helps with the camera setup but understand that it is probably too small to use as a driving aid. Once I installed the SD card the camera setup was straightforward and easy. I’m only interested in the camera in the event of a collision so I will not fiddle with it now that it is operating. I did take out the SD card to look at the quality of the recording and am pleased with both the day and night images. I set it up to record 5 minute segments and to record over old segments as needed.I selected this RedTiger product because it uses a capacitor rather than a battery which should do better in hot weather. It was 116 degrees fahrenheit today where I live so heat is an issue.I did consider a rear view mirror camera but scratched that idea because the mirror in this vehicle has electronics built into it and I just did not want to wrestle with those possible conflicts.I’m now looking for a camera for the front license plate and another for the rear license plate and a monitor on the dash to assist with parking.In summary I would say; feel comfortable buying this RedTiger product and, by extension, other RedTiger products. Have a great day and please ignore my original post.Original Post: I would like to give an honest review but I cannot hard wire this camera. I bought the suggested kit at checkout but my installer says it will not work with this camera. I need a hard wire kit for this camera. Can anyone help?
Christopher S Standring –
Purchased this device a few weeks ago and have no complaints.I ran into an issue with the rear camera, static sticker letting go and contacted reseller to see if I could get a replacement or at least where I might be able to purchase new ones. The person I spoke with was fantastic and send me two new static stickers along with the 3G mounting sticker, they were also very quick getting to me.I have been using this device since and have no complaints. It is working like a champ, have not had any issues with it and it just works. Turn on my car, boom, it powers on and starts working.The only issue I have, and it is not really so much with the product is that if you want to use their app on your phone and you have either apple play or android auto (wireless connections) you will have to disable the wireless auto-connect on your phone for your car when you try to connect to the wireless of the camera. Since the camera does have a video playback it is not that big of a deal, but figured I would bring this up for anyone who may have a newer car that does use wireless to connect their phone to their car. IF you do not use wireless than you are all set!Overall, I would highly recommend this product. Pretty solid and their customer service was fantastic!