Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Vehicle Car Rear View Backup Camera Review


The Esky EC180-35 180 Degree Viewing Angle 100% Waterproof High-Definition CCD Vehicle Car Rear View Backup Camera is one of the devices that you’d probably not think you needed … until you have one.

I recently switched from an SUV to a sports sedan, yeah I know “What was I thinking?”, other than the sedan is far more fuel efficient. However, having had an SUV with essentially zero blind spots getting used to a sports sedan has been a feat. The issue is backing up. Now, before anyone starts getting misogynistic I was a professional driver and I KNOW HOW TO DRIVE. The issue is backing up either out of the drive or in a parking lot. The rearview mirror just doesn’t cut it.

Enter the Esky EC180-35 180 Degree Viewing Angle 100% Waterproof High-Definition CCD Vehicle Car Rear View Backup Camera ($49.99). It offers a one-button control with 8 LED Night Vision and presents clear real-time images. Awesomeness! Yes, the blind spots have been eliminated.

Installation: The camera mounts easily on the vehicle, using the two holes on the nameplate, and appears to be almost invisible with its sleek design. Equipped with a metal frame, it is a perfectly fit for all cars and very simple to install.


Specs:
One Button Control System
Guideline Adjustable (UP/DOWN, IMAGE OVERTURN)
Guideline ON/OFF
Guideline mode Selection
NTSC/PAL Shift
Use as Front/Rear Camera
Image device: Hi-definition Color CCD
TV system: NTSC/PAL
Effective pixels: 717 X 669 pixels/628 x 586 Pixels
Resolution: 420 TV lines
Lens Angle: 170 degree
Power supply: DC 9-24 V
Weatherproof

Product Dimension/Weight:
 9.84 * 1.03 * 0.79 in / 4.82 oz (250*24.64*20mm / 150g)

Package Content
1 x Esky Car Rearview Camera
1 x DC power cable
1 x AV cable (19 ft)


You can get your Esky EC180-35 180 Degree Viewing Angle 100% Waterproof High-Definition CCD Vehicle Car Rear View Backup Camera on Amazon!

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