G-Sensor

G-sensors, or G-shock sensors, measure the movement of your vehicle through 3 axis; up and down, left and right, forwards and backwards. This information can help paint the picture of events in the case of an incident, but can also trigger your car camera to respond appropriately. Cameras will use their G-sensors to detect significant or sudden movement and automatically lock the video file being produced at the time, meaning that any significant footage is saved. While this is a highly-useful function that will safeguard any genuine incidents, ranging from crashes and collisions to heavy braking and swerving, it can also be triggered by potholes, speed-bumps and other minor incidents. However, most cameras that feature a G-sensor will allow you to alter its sensitivity to alleviate this issue.

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