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    Default Dash Cam With Removable Mount

    I'm heading overseas for a month soon, and want to get a dash cam to use in a hire car. So what I'm looking for is a decent quality cam that can be easily removed. I was thinking maybe one that has a solid suction cup, or whether I can use some sort of removable sticky pad, and the cam won't fall off or vibrate too much.

    I did think about taking my current one, and sticking a mount on the screen with the provided 3M VHB tape, but would prefer not to have to go through the process of removing something like that. It sticks like the proverbial to a blanket.

    Any suggestions from people that have used something similar would be greatly appreciated.
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    A lot of them these days have 'electrostatic sheets'...ie; you 'stick' that sheet on the screen electrostatically, then glue the cam mount to the sheet ; you can peel them apart and remove static sheet... my 70mai M300 is like this, but lots of others out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotnot View Post
    A lot of them these days have 'electrostatic sheets'...ie; you 'stick' that sheet on the screen electrostatically, then glue the cam mount to the sheet ; you can peel them apart and remove static sheet... my 70mai M300 is like this, but lots of others out there.
    OK, thanks for that. I have seen them on Amazon etc, but wasn't sure how well they'd hold on. Seems to be different materials too.
    OK, just ordered a 3 pack from Aliexpress, see how they go.. Cheers mate..

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    Don't worry, I was skeptical of the holding strength as well at first, but after years of rural/dirt roads, cattle grids etc etc, it's never moved.

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