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Size: 0.86*0.65*0.50 inch
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1. Mount the camera to your car's license plate area, back window, or any other suitable place
2. Adjust the lens of the camera to its best position.
3. Connect power wire (red and black) to your vehicle DC 12V power system.
4. Connect the video output (yellow wire) of the camera to the display in your vehicle.
Image device: Hi-definition Color CCD
TV system: NTSC
Effective pixels: 628 X 586 pixels/510 x 496 Pixels
Resolution: 420 TV lines
Lens Angle: 170 degree
Power supply: DC 12V
1 X Esky Car Rear View Camera
1 X DC power cable
1 X AV cable (19 ft)
Seemed pretty good but unable to mount it with fixed bracket, I made it work by bending it, but the bracket broke after a couple daysPublished 7 hours ago by jason
For the price, I am very pleased. Install was easy to my pioneer head unit. Picture is great at daytime, nighttime is okay but probably better on high end cameras. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by DorkyCarNut
Camera works great! It's a little fuzzy at night, but overall it is a good product for the price range.Published 7 days ago by Daniel Wilson
Ok ,really good picture...I did not mount outside of the car,hung it under the 3rd brake lite in my hatchbackPublished 8 days ago by Rodger B. Terrey
Pretty simple installation and does have the guidelines on the screen which is nice. Picture is so/so and quality of stand is not so great. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ray H
Nice and small. I fabricated a housing for my older vehicle to mount it high and aimed down at the blind area directly behind the bumper. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Flamingo