BlackVue DR3500-FHD Review

The Blackvue DR3500 Full HD Car Blackbox Dashcam features extended recording time. The dash cam was designed to facilitate a particularly high rate of compression. The resolution of the Blackbox is 1920×1080, and the framerate can reach up to 30 fps at Full HD.

Specs and features

The Blackbox is made with a 2 megapixel CMOS censor and a built-in microphone. Owners have the ability to switch between the different recording modes to suit their needs, including Motion Detection mode and Parking Mode.

The file format of the Blackbox is universal. It Blackbox supports MP4 video playback on a wide-enough variety of devices to suit multiple users with equal effectiveness. The angles of view are 120 degrees diagonal, 98 degrees horizontal, and 55 degrees vertical.

Additional features

The Blackbox has a 360-degree rotation cylinder, both increasing the convenience of the dash cam while giving the Blackbox a sleek and aesthetically appealing design. All data on the Blackbox can be stored on a microSDTM card with up to three different storage capacities: 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB. The product’s software is Blackvue Viewer software, compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems.

The Blackbox also has a built-in G-sensor and Super Capacitor backup battery. The input voltage of the battery is DC 12V – 24V, and the power consumption is about 2.4W at maximum. The Blackbox is capable of operating within a temperature range that spans between -20 degrees Celsius and 60 degrees Celsius.


One customer testified that they found the most suitable micro SD capacity for the dash cam is 32GB for hardwiring. The customer reported that they had been able to have good experiences with Lexar, ADATA, and OEM Blackvue cards equally.

Another customer testified that, compared to other dash cameras, the Blackbox is perfectly suitable for providing all of the bare bones requirements at a highly affordable value. The customer reported that the quality of the sound was perfectly clear, though they did also advise other prospective owners to be wary of possible background noise from the radio that could possible drown audio out.

Aside from having to occasionally turn off their radio in order to get the best quality of audio, the customer reported that the camera was pleasingly easy to use and had practically paid for itself in the six months that they had owned it. The customer suggested that any prospective owners who need a dash cam, but can’t pay top dollar for the absolute best on the market, should be perfectly accommodated by the safety it provides.

Certification, measurements and pricing

The quality of the product has earned it several notes of certification, including the following: KCC, FCC, CE, RoHS, and WEEE.

The measurements of the product are 7 x 4.4. x 3.4”, and it weighs about 13.3 ounces. The Blackbox can be purchased for the price of $139.99.

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