Capable of recording 1440p HD footage in both low light, drizzly and dazzling daylight conditions, the diminutive Garmin 67W takes all of its predecessor’s good bits and adds Vault Storage footage backup, as well as the ability to access the camera from anywhere in the world via Garmin’s smartphone app. The camera will have to be in range of a trusted Wi-Fi network, though, which falls short of those rivals that offer built-in SIM card functionality.
Anyone with a penchant for cycling, running, hiking or pretty much any outdoor venture will likely be familiar with Garmin’s family of computers, smartwatches and navigational aids.
The thread that runs through all of these excellent pieces of tech is an equally brilliant and simple-to-use Connect app – which is, arguably, one of the best hubs for general health and wellbeing out there.
Thankfully, the tech giant’s expertise in this field has carried over to its Garmin Drive app, which, while not quite as slick and all-encompassing as its lifestyle-focused Connect software, is still a long way ahead of some of its clunky dash cam rivals.