Azdome M300S front and rear dash cam review

This 4K dual camera system is great value at under $100, but it isn’t perfect

Azdome M300S
(Image: © Alistair Charlton / Digital Camera World)

Digital Camera World Verdict

The M300S is a compact, two-channel dash cam with GPS and Wi-Fi, yet costs just £95. This makes it pretty good value, but you shouldn’t let the 4K resolution get your hopes up. Because while it does indeed match this pixel count, a slow frame rate and mediocre image quality mean recordings are no better than what we’ve seen from many HD dash cams. That said, and with the 4K stat ignored, the M300S is still a well-designed dash cam that is easy to set up and works well, with decent software and an included microSD card, all for an impressive price.


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    Great value

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    Simple, compact design

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    GPS and Wi-Fi


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    4K video could be better

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    Fairly low frame rate

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    No physical record button

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It feels like no time at all since 4K dash cams cost several hundred powers and represented the cutting-edge of what technology would allow. But, as sure as day follows night, prices have tumbled – and now you can pick up a 4K dash cam, with a rear-facing Full HD camera too, for under $100/£100.

That’s the promise of the Azdome M300S, yet packs a 4K sensor into a relatively compact body, plus other useful features like 5GHz Wi-Fi, GPS and voice control. The M300S is available for less as a single camera kit, too, if you can manage without the rear camera.

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Alistair Charlton

Alistair has been a journalist since 2011 and used to be Deputy Technology Editor at IBTimes  in London. His specialist tech subjects include smart home gadgets, phones, wearables, tablets and dashcams. He is the host of  The AutoChat Podcast.