This design is handy for taxi, Uber, Lyft, and other ride-for-hire drivers who want to have a record of their passengers.
In our testing, the forward-facing footage had good detail and a wide, 170-degree field of view.
Our daytime video clips had good color accuracy and a wide dynamic range, and we found that license plates and street signs were easier to read than in video from the other models.
The rear-facing camera footage was also clear and sharp, although at night it could be contrasty and dark (which is typical for this group).
And with the Go Safe 535’s high resolution, you can zoom in when examining footage later and still make out important information.
The Go Safe 535 is easy to mount on the windshield, it has buttons that are easy to reach, and it provides reliable, automatic operation each time you get in your car.
Molly Mc Laughlin, who wrote the latest update for this guide, is a journalist who has been writing about consumer electronics and software for more than a dozen years.