Vantrue N4 dashcam review

The Vantrue N4 is a three-channel easy to use dash cam ideal for professional users

Vantrue N4
(Image: © Amy Davies/Digital Camera World)

Digital Camera World Verdict

This easy-to-use and well-performing dash cam offers three different channels to give a fantastic all-round view of the scene. It produces good footage from all three cameras and setting it up is straightforward. We would however have liked to have seen built-in GPS or the addition of Wi-Fi connectivity to fully justify the fairly high price tag the N4 commands.


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    3 different cameras, including cabin view

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    Easy to set up and use

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    Integrated screen


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    Screen not touch-sensitive

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    No built-in GPS or Wi-Fi

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    High price

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Dash cams have grown enormously in popularity over the past few years. They are useful for a number of reasons, including giving you peace of mind that you’ll capture all the evidence you need should you become involved in a road traffic incident. There are also those that might want to use them for capturing adventures and vlogging, too. 

There’s different types of dash cams to meet a variety of needs, ranging from basic offerings to more extensive / advanced models such as the Vantrue N4, which features a front-facing camera, an interior camera and a rear-view camera all in one package. 

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Amy Davies

Amy Davies has been writing about photography since 2009, and used to be a colleague on Digital Camera magazine and She now works as a freelance journalist writing for nclude Amateur Photographer, Stuff, Wired, T3, Digital Photographer, Digital Camera World, TechRadar, Trusted Reviews, ePhotozine and Photography Blog. She has an undergraduate degree in journalism and a postgraduate diploma in magazine journalism, both from Cardiff Journalism School.