Reviewing the Jomise Model F2S 4K Dual Dash Cam

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In this video, I review a second dashcam from a company called Jomise. (See my recent review of the Jomise K7 dashcam)

This time it’s the Jomise model F2S, which includes two cameras. One is a 4K dashcam for the front windshield, and the second a 1080P HD camera for the rear window view.

Disclaimer: The Jomise F2S dashcam review sample was provided to me free of charge. However, I’m not affiliated with Jomise, nor was I monetarily compensated for the review. – Ray

Jomise F2S Dash Cam Feature List:

  • Two cameras – 4K front and 1080P rear
  • GPS tracking
  • WiFI Connect
  • Parking Monitor
  • G Force Crash Sensor
  • Speed Warning
  • Sony Starvis Lens
  • 3-inch Display Screen

Jomise F2S 4K Dual Dash Cam Review Video


  • It is reasonably priced at about $100
  • It comes with front and rear cameras
  • Low power use 6W and easy to install
  • Packed with features
  • GPS works well
  • WiFi app to view and setup


  • I’m not too fond of the stick-on mounting system
  • Can’t power the dashcam when off the mount
  • 4K front camera footage – found the focus soft on distant things
  • The rear camera footage a little too bright and lacks color
  • Lucky Cam app not great, just OK
  • Buttons for camera settings not very intuitive to use
  • GPS Map Tracker software gave a warning not to run (Windows 10)

Overall it seems like a decent enough dashcam given the price, the second camera, and all the features. Hopefully, it will work well long term. 

Jomise Amazon Links:

Jomise F2S 4K Dashcam

Jomise K7 Dashcam

Link to my Akaso Trace 1 Pro Dashcam Review

Reviewing the Jomise Model F2S 4K Dual Dash Cam

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