Rand McNally offers new line of dash cams

Updated Jul 25, 2016

Rand McNally recently launched a new line of stand-alone dash cams that pairs safety features with HD video and extra-wide-angle lenses.

According to the company, the Dash Cam 100, Dash Cam 200, and the even more feature-rich Dash Cam 300 are designed to not only assist with accident and safety documentation, but capture video and photos from the road.

RM-300-dash-camRand McNally’s Dash Cam 300

“Everyday and professional drivers both have told us that they want to capture and share their experiences on the road and be able to save a high-quality video record should they be involved in an accident,” said Stephen Fletcher, CEO of Rand McNally.

All of the Rand McNally dash cams include a “G” sensor, which detects significant or sudden movement – such as a collision – and automatically saves the video file. Videos and photos taken on the cameras feature a time and date stamp.

The Dash Cam 200 and 300 have GPS functions, which stamps location, and the cameras include a time-lapse feature, which helps capture long trips more succinctly.

Features on the Dash Cam 100, 200, and 300 include:

  • A “G” sensor that automatically saves video footage on impact  
  • Extra-wide camera angle with minimal distortion  
  • Night mode that adjusts automatically  
  • Time- lapse and still photography  
  • Time and date stamp
  • The cameras can record continuously while in use with the option for different looping intervals.
  • All three of the dash cams come connected to a small suction cup mount, which easily installs on the windshield.

The Dash Cam 200 and 300 also include a super HD camera and location stamp, from an embedded GPS.

The Dash Cam 300 includes lane-departure and collision warnings, and can record Full HD video at 60 frames per second.