Mio MiVue C541 review
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- Forward facing
One of Mio's more affordable dash cams, the MiVue C541 fits a lot into a compact package. A big talking point on this dash cam is that it comes with a Sony optic sensor that's designed to maintain high-quality footage throughout the day and at night. Should the Mio MiVue C541 be the dash cam on your wishlist? We've put it to the test to give you the answer.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- How good is the footage?
- What's it like to use?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
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