BackUp Camera Review | Rear View Camera Tutorial For Cars,Trucks, RV’s

BackUp Camera Review | Rear View Camera Tutorial For Cars,Trucks, RV’s


OK, so we have a few sites we can show you
the different types of car cameras that we offer, simply by clicking on the LINK UNDER
the video, which will bring you to our main page here
http://bestdashcamcamerasystems.com *************************************** All of our cameras for cars are located here
and you can choose the different types from the menu, here we will click on : Backup Cameras
For Cars, which brings us here: http://bestdashcamcamerasystems.com/category/backup-camera-for-car prices range from low to high, depending on
quality h Best Dashboard Cameras If you are contemplating a purchase of a REAR
VIEW OR BACKUP CAMERA FOR YOUR CAR , TRUCK OR BOAT, then we hope to educate you to HELP
YOU avoid making mistakes in your buying decisions. We would like to help educate you on some
of the points and features to watch for when purchasing and installing a rear view or backup
camera system for your vehicle. You should take notes on some of the points that we mention
here and keep them handy when you are ready to make a decision and start to review your
choices fpr purchasing your first vehicle backup camera system. First off, Simplicity is the name of the game
when it comes to mounting your back up vehicle camera. All that’s required is attaching the
camera portion to your license plate and mounting the wireless monitor on your dashboard or
wherever you decide. In reviewing these cameras, you want the most user-friendly rear view
camera that you can find and doesn’t need a genius to install. A WIRELESS camera setup
eliminates most all of the wires needed, and makes the whole installation into a very simple
procedure. First off, decide which price range you want
to pay for your REAR VIEW Camera kit. You can get one priced as low as $50 , but remember,
you get what you pay for. The average price in 2013 for a decent WIRELESS rear view camera
and LCD monitor will run you $139-$300. Most decent backup camera kits comes with an included
wireless monitor. This is a great feature because it means that you don’t have to buy
an additional piece of hardware to use this rear view camera. If you want to do more work
and run all of the power and transmit wires, then a cheaper model can be purchased, but
most people choose a wireless backup system, especially for their vehicles and trailers. One feature that you want to get is a wide
view angle camera that is over 100 degrees, which would cover pretty much the entire blind
spot area in the back of your vehicle. Do not get a 30-40 degree camera if you can afford
a better one, you can easily see more than 40 degree view through your own eyes with
the help of standard vehicle rear view mirrors. Thirdly, get a good display. LCD monitors
are the best and should be included in any decent camera setup kit. You will want the picture resolution displayed
on the wireless monitor to be adequate for viewing the images the camera captures. The
average monitoring screen measures 3.5 inches and displays images at a resolution of 480
x 243 pixels. For the size of the screen, that resolution is impressive and provides
a clear view of objects and obstacles behind your vehicle.Try to get these specs when you
are shopping.In camera terms, CCD technology is the one being used in almost all digital
cameras and provides the best quality picture possible. CMOS technology is the cheaper and
lower quality images and sells for much less. Ask for and get CCD image quality if you can. Most vehicle rear view backup cameras have
the manufacturer pre-set left/right reverse mirror image feature, which displays a reversed
camera image on the monitor to duplicate the normal view seen in a rear view mirror. This
is a must have for you to see the camera view orientation correctly. If your display monitor
does not have reverse mirror image feature (some vehicle-use display monitors have this
feature today), make SURE that the vehicle rear view backup camera you choose has the
Reverse Mirror Image Feature. Another important feature is look for is if
the camera kit is waterproof and weatherproof. Being installed on the rear bumber of a car
or a boat, even near salt water is not considered normal usage and the warranty will not cover
it. Some people mount their systems inside of the car truck area with a special hole
and lens for the camera to look thru, or end up mounting it inside the car back window
area. Next, your power supply. Most vehicle rear
view backup cameras work with standard vehicle 12V power supply, some cameras (or monitors)
will even with 24V or even 32V power supply as well. A real vehicle rear view backup camera
would be designed to operate with constantly Changing voltage levels (within normal range)
produced by vehicle’s battery and alternator. However, when reviewing and choosing your
system, you need to watch out for those camera labeled as security/surveillance cameras,
that are marketed as vehicle rear view backup camera, those cameras WON’T work on your vehicle.some
vehicles have a very high momentary voltage (spike) at the vehicle starting time and the
overload can cause permanent damage to the camera. If that is the case for your vehicle,
you will need to install an extra fuse, voltage regulator, etc. to protect your camera. Among other details to consider and research
is the illumination rate, night vision options,you would find CCD cameras work much much better
than CMOS cameras at night, the results are almost not comparable. That brings back to
my statement in the opening summary, if you can afford a CCD camera, you don’t even want
to think of CMOS camera. Do you need audio sound included? Some cameras
have and some do not have.This is something you need to research as there are many extra
precaution and wiring options, along with speakers for sound needed. OK then, so these are some of the tips that
you need to remember before your actual purchase, please visit our site by clicking the link
directly below the video that you are watching, and you can review all of the choices that
we have discussed. Good luck in your purchase of your first Car Backup Camera system.