motorola MDC50(720p) dash cam with 2" screen

Motorola MDC50 (720p) Dash cam with 2" screen

The Motorola MDC50 Dash cam gives you peace of mind while driving as it captures a video of what is happening right in front of your car. This Motorola MDC50 Dash cam comes with a suction mount, car charger and a USB charging cable.

Motorola MDC50 (720p) Dash cam with 2" screen

The Motorola MDC50 Dash cam gives you peace of mind while driving as it captures a video of what is happening right in front of your car. This Motorola MDC50 Dash cam comes with a suction mount, car charger and a USB charging cable.

always prepared

When your car is involved in a collision, the built-in G-sensor from your Motorola MDC50 Dash cam automatically starts recording, providing helpful evidence to police officers and insurance companies.

wide angle lens

The Motorola MDC50 Dash cam has a 130-degree wide angle lens that can capture the entire scene, day or night.

2" diagonal colour screen

You can play everything back on your 2” screen Motorola MDC50 Dash cam. A microSD slot allows you to save video on cards up to 32GB and the loop recording helps save space by overwriting old video that is no longer needed.
Frequently Asked Questions

Your dashboard camera accepts SD cards of up to 32GB capacity (class 10). It is recommended that you format the SD card before use.

- Your dashboard camera will always power up and begin recording automatically as soon as it is connected to a power source. Simply connect your dashboard camera to a power source that comes on when you start the engine of your vehicle, and the dashboard camera will start recording automatically without you having to remember to press on a button.

- You can also power it ON or OFF manually by pressing the power button. The power LED (Red) will turn ON when the power is ON. Whenever the device is turned ON or OFF you will see a splash screen showing the Motorola logo.

Your dashboard camera can record footages of events occurring when your car is parked with its engine off. The built-in battery will keep the sensor of your device in stand-by mode, and will start recording automatically for 30 seconds if it detects vibration or a shock. Parking mode can only record and save footage after an event has been detected by the sensor. IMPORTANT: Due to technical reasons, Parking mode is disabled by default. You can enable it in settings menu.