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Garmin Dash Cam 47, 1080p and 140-degree FOV, Monitor Your Vehicle While Away w/ New Connected Features, Voice Control, Compact and Discreet, Includes Memory Card

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Pocket-sized dash camera goes virtually unnoticed on your windshield; automatically records and saves video of incidents with GPS location, date and time
Wide 140-degree lens records 1080p HD video with Garmin Clarity HDR optics for crisp detail day and night
Voice control (only available in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Swedish) lets you use spoken commands to save video, start/stop audio recording, take still pictures and more
Saved videos automatically upload via Wi-Fi connection to the secure online Vault to view and share later
The Parking Guard feature monitors activity around your parked vehicle and alerts if an incident is detected (requires Wi-Fi connection; access via the Garmin Drive app on your compatible smartphone)
Access the camera remotely for Live View monitoring (requires constant power and an active Wi-Fi connection; access via the Garmin Drive app on your compatible smartphone) when you’re away from your parked car
Driver alerts such as forward collision, lane departure and speed camera warnings, help encourage safer driving and increase situational awareness (Certain conditions may impair the warning function; Red light and speed camera warnings are not available in all regions)
Get more awareness around your vehicle using the Garmin Drive app on your compatible smartphone to view video from up to 4 Garmin dash cams (sold separately)
Durable design withstands harsh vehicle environments, including direct sunlight and hot interior temperatures
Notice: Some jurisdictions regulate or prohibit use of this device. It is your responsibility to know and comply with applicable laws and rights to privacy in jurisdictions where you plan to use this device.

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SKU: B09323Y7KR

Small camera, big protection. The pocket-sized Garmin Dash Cam™ 47 with voice control (only available in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Swedish) and wide 140-degree lens automatically records 1080p HD video and provides discreet eyewitness incident detection. Notice: Some jurisdictions regulate or prohibit use of this device. It is your responsibility to know and comply with applicable laws and rights to privacy in jurisdictions where you plan to use this device.

Specification: Garmin Dash Cam 47, 1080p and 140-degree FOV, Monitor Your Vehicle While Away w/ New Connected Features, Voice Control, Compact and Discreet, Includes Memory Card

Weight 2.1 lbs
Dimensions 2.21 × 1.59 × 0.84 in

9 reviews for Garmin Dash Cam 47, 1080p and 140-degree FOV, Monitor Your Vehicle While Away w/ New Connected Features, Voice Control, Compact and Discreet, Includes Memory Card

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  1. Michael I.

    I have owned several dashcams over the years. Some more expensive than this, others less so. In the end, I frequently find myself recommending Garmin simply because they are devices that work well and that you can depend on when the time comes where you really need that video footage. Everything on this works well, and I can not overemphasize the importance of that. Other units may look cooler, may have more features, or may claim better resolution. That is great, but many of those are riddled with glitches and may fail you when needed. This unit offers everything most users will ever need. High quality images, fast and accurate GPS, wifi and Bluetooth connectivity that actually works, an app that actually works, and more. The form factor is very compact and it has a great mounting system. While I like the look of some wedge units, I find it much easier to actually use the screens and buttons on the Garmin. Likewise, the menus and UI make sense and are simple to navigate. There are also some well thought out touches such as providing two cables which point in different directions to accommodate wher you have mounted the unit. I wired it to my overhead panel using a 12v to USB converter. There is a separate hard wire kit available. The Garmin has a battery which will last for about 30 mins without power. One nice thing this enables is short term parking monitoring without being hardwired to constant power. I do not park outside overnight so this works great for trip to grocery store, etc. No worries about draining your vehicles battery. I do not use the Lane Assist or collision warning as my vehicle already has this feature. I have used it with other vehicles and it mostly works well with a bit of excessive nagging. One nice thing with the Garmins is that you can run multiple cameras and it will keep them in synch. No need to hardwire them all together. This makes it easier to install a multi camera setup. I will be putting a mini at the rear hatch. The video is excellent during the day, still very good at night. You can mostly read license plates. I am attaching some video but note that posted videos have lower resolution. When you view the full res videos they are very impressive. Again, everything simply works well which is the most important factor when selecting a web cam. It is backed up by a proven and reputable manufacturers. Others may claim better PQ or offer space alien detection mode. Decide what is most important to you and go from there.Read more

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  2. hehehehhehehehehe

    My biggest issue was I could not get the garmin drive app to work with my phone (Android Pixel 3a). In order to view recorded videos on your phone or use the live view tool, you will NEED THE APP. Without it, you will only be able to view your recorded videos by taking out the SD card and plugging it directly to your computer. It worked randomly one time (so I know my settings are right) but it usually hangs in the “connecting to feed” screen. Beautifully designed dash cam but horrible app experience. ————————- Update 9/13/2021 Finally got the app to work. Works wonderfully but just wanted to warn others about the parking mode. The “parking mode” that is advertised works by having the dash plugged into your fuse box so it can receive constant power. Once it has constant power, you can set your dash to record while your vehicle is turned off for a set amount of time. For example, you can continue to record for 10, 20, or 30 minutes after you shut off your engine. Here is the issue. Lets say you leave your car unattended for 24 hours in a sketchy neighborhood. You set to record 24 hours after the car is turned off. By the time you get back to your car, most of your previous footage stored is most likely already written over (with 24 hours of parked footage) since it continuously records due to a lack of motion detection or vibration feature. Why on earth would I want 24 hours of parked footage when other dash cameras can easily record only when motion is detected??? Horrible design on Garmins part. Also for anyone wondering about overheating, IT DOES OVERHEAT under extreme conditions. I did a 7 hour roadtrip in 100 degree weather and received a warning that the dash camera is slowing down and it shut off by itself.Read more

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  3. Sibi George

    This is a good dashcam that connected with Garmin Drive app without any issue. I connected Garmin Dash Cam 47 with Garmin Constant Power Cable for always on power and Home wifi. What I like: 1. Comes with memory card, ready to use 2. Longer power cable 3. Decent quality camera 4. Easy to pair with phone using Drive app. 5. Once paired, all settings can be managed using Drive app What I do not like: 1. Device wifi do not connect with public wifi hotspots (eg: xfinity hotspots, airport wifi, hotel wifi) where we need to login using a browser. Even the cheapest travel routers support this feature, but somehow Garmin missed it. So essentially we can connect the dashcam only to home wifi or mobile hotspot. Once the device is connected to wifi, we can use the Live View and Vault features in Drive app. We really need these features when the car is away from the safety of our home, but that is nearly impossible since it do not support public wifi. 2. When the dashcam is connected to wifi, we can use Live View and Vault features in Drive app. But we can not use ‘Photos & Videos’ feature to review the recordings within the device. 3. Garmin Drive app supports ‘Photos & Videos’ feature to review the recordings, only when phone is connected with the dashcam using Bluetooth. That is possible only when you are inside or near the car. Also dashcam disconnects bluetooth after a few minutes once you park your car, even when dashcam is connected to always on power. So basically you can review the recordings using Drive app only when you are inside the car. Once you are inside the car, anyway you can review directly in the dashcam screen, which is faster than using Drive app. 4. I verified all these with Garmin support, but it was difficult in dealing with them.Read more

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  4. Michael G.

    The Mini 2 won’t add itself to my Garmin Drive App and the Dashcam 57 makes a high pitch rattle sound when traveling at highway speeds. I am not impressed, Garmin. Tempted to return both and try another brand since your support doesn’t seem super interested in getting to a final resolution with me.Read more

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  5. SM

    I primarily bought this dash cam because it is small and does not have a display screen in hopes that it would be less visible and appealing to potential thieves. I mounted it behind my rear-view mirror and was able to easily hide the power cable in the trim of my car without the need for any tools (other than a credit card to help push the included 4m / 13 feet long cable into the trim). The end result is that it is difficult to see from outside the car unless you are looking for it. At a distance, light reflection off the windshield makes it very difficult to notice, especially when it blends into my black rear view mirror. The package includes the dash cam, two cables (one thin 13 ft cable used to hide in the trim, one shorter 5 ft cable to run straight down to your USB port – both are Micro USB to USB-A cables), two adhesive mounts (1 is a spare), and one dual USB car charger that outputs 5VDC at 2.4A total to allow you to plug both your Dash Cam and phone in simultaneously. A MicroSDHC or MicroSDXC is required to record videos but is not included. Video quality is good (1080p 30fps HDR, 2.1 MP, 140 deg viewing angle) but don’t expect to be able to easily read license plates. I had difficulty reading license plates with the camera when stopped 1.5 car lengths back in daylight even though it was clear to the naked eye. My tip is to park behind another car and switch to live view with your phone and adjust your camera angle until you can read the license plate. This unit would be better if it were 4K. Voice control is excellent and extremely responsive. I was able to say “OK Garmin, save video” or “take a picture” without any problems even when I had music playing and was driving on the highway. It was never confused when I voice controlled my phone (“OK google”). While you can also press a button to manually initiate a video recording, voice control is extremely convenient to capture a picture or event without removing your hands from the wheel. The dash cam turns on quickly when you turn on your car and beeps when recording starts (there is also a red light at the bottom indicating it is recording). You can choose to have audio on or off. It records consistently and does its job. It also beeps to confirm when a video or photo is saved. It also automatically saves videos in the case of an incident (accident). In the last 2 weeks, I had two false incidents recorded (one I hit a small bump in the road, the other I was actually stationary), but false incident detections appear rare and aren’t a big deal anyway. Incidents or manual recordings are saved permanently until you delete them, while all other videos of your normal driving are automatically replaced when you run out of storage space. It does not have a built in battery so it does not record video when you turn off your car. If you want to use the Parking Guard feature to detect incidents when the car is off, you need to purchase a Constant Power Cable to connect it to your OBD II port (not your USB port). The Garmin Drive App works to view pictures and videos and to change settings. This only works when the dash cam is powered (which means your car is on). You can connect to the dash cam using bluetooth to see previews of the stored images, but cannot view the actual pictures or videos unless you connect to it through WiFi. Unfortunately connecting to the dash cam through WiFi is a very poor experience. It is extremely slow to connect and does not always connect. It is also a slow process to download the videos to your phone. The main problem is most people check their videos when they get home. At that point, your phone usually connects to your home or work WiFi automatically. It appears this can at times conflict with connecting to your Dash Cam through WiFi. As you can only view videos and pictures when connected through WiFi, this is a problem. Hopefully they fix this in future updates to the app. Fortunately you don’t need to connect to your Dash Cam every day, only when you need to see a video. In many ways, it is easier to just pop out your microSD card and manually copy the videos to your computer. The Garmin Vault feature is a nice concept (storing your videos on the cloud) but from a practical standpoint isn’t useful because you need to manually send each video to the cloud which is a slow process (you need to use the Garmin Drive App). It also only stays in the vault for 1 day unless you pay more. This would work better if it had a small battery and allowed for background uploading of videos to the cloud while your car is off. Conclusion: This is an excellent dash cam in terms of its primary job of consistently recording high quality videos and functioning as it should. It has excellent voice control, and its small size makes it less visible to potential thieves. Where it loses points is the connectivity issues with the Garmin Drive App to view the videos. Overall I am happy with my purchase, but would be happier if it were 4K, if the Garmin Drive App connected consistently and were faster, and if a battery were built in.Read more

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  6. Cec

    Easy to install and the wiring connector is long enough to hide it out of sight, there is a problem with the app connecting maybe it’s just me ,but you can remove the micro card and view it on your computer or tablet, you would need a reader and the micro card is not included. The greatest thing about this camera is it’s out of sight and works great with voice commands,” ok garmin save video” if you see something that needs to be saved, it will save the clip. “Ok Garmin, take a photo” it will take a photo. It will not stop back seat driving

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  7. Aatoo

    Prepare to keep pairing the camera or repair the connection. Multiple times a day. Support is useless. Get other brands to save time and money. NOT WORTH IT.Read more

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  8. Deva

    Good and quality product from Garmin dash cam series. It does the job but don’t expect too much out of it. Nice low profile and one of the smallest dash cams on the market. If you are looking for a better quality cam with GPS, choose one of it’s siblingsRead more

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  9. John Q. Customer

    No funciona. Problemas con connection. Lastima. La calidad de Garmin es muy malo.Read more

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