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Product description

This high quality Waterproof Camera with color wide angle lens is an easy DIY (do-it-yourself) unit that makes a great upgrade to your car.

With an easy mounting design and included pre-wiring, this mini camera can be installed on most any car and without the need for any extra parts.

With a few simple, common tools, anyone can now add this useful rear view camera to their car.

It can perfectly solve the issue of bad car blind spot and help reduce incidents and accidents abrasion well.

Feature:
- Easy install
- Internal Night Vision Assistance
- Waterproof
- 130 degree wide angle view
- 7070 HD Sensor, Clear View.

Manufacturer Specifications
- Color sensor: CCD 7070
- Video System: NTSC
- Resolution: 420TV lines
- Effective pixels: 648(H) x 488 (V)
- Lens: f: 2mm, F: 2.0
- Min LUX: 0.1LUX
- Viewing angle: 130 degrees (In theory)
- Water Proof: IP68
- Voltage: 12V

Package Contents:
- Hole Saw x 1
- Camera x 1
- 6M Video Cable with trigger lead(RCA) x 1
- 1.2M Power Cable x 1
- Retail Package x 1

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