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The 10 Best Backup Cameras  May 2020

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Your Guide To Buying a Backup Camera

By Sharon Lim

    Driving can be tricky at times, and parking can be downright dangerous. Even though parallel parking has become mostly a thing of the past, there will still be plenty of times when you’ll need to back into a parking space. In a crowded parking lot, there’s always the danger of backing out of a space and into another car—or worse, a person walking by. Many newer cars come equipped with cameras or other devices to let drivers know what’s behind them, but even if you drive an older car, you can still get the benefit of this technology thanks to the number of aftermarket backup cameras available. Here’s how you can find the best camera for your car.

    Wired: With a “wired” setup, as the name implies, the camera is attached to the display via a cable. These kinds of cameras are generally installed, rather than simply attached to the car.

    Wireless: Wireless cameras do not require a cable; instead, the image is beamed from the camera to the display in the front of the car.

    Rearview mirror display: Rearview mirror display cameras show what’s going on behind the car in the rearview mirror, which is convenient, since that is where most people look when backing up.

    Screen display: Screen display cameras come equipped with screens of various sizes, which can be mounted for easy viewing.

    Based on reviews, here are some of the things that drivers like (or dislike) about their backup cameras:

    • Picture quality: This is one of the most commonly discussed qualities of a camera, and for good reason. It’s essential that the camera and display both provide high-quality images, or else they could cause a dangerous situation for drivers who rely on them. The best models provide excellent images, thus promoting safe driving.

    • Dealing with varying light and weather: This is another major factor. No matter how good a picture a camera provides on a clear, bright day, it won’t help drivers if it can’t perform at night or in bad weather. Great cameras provide clear images in all weather conditions.

    • Ease of installation: Some cameras require professional installation, and in those cases, it’s best to rely on the experts. For ones that can be installed by amateurs, it’s essential that it is easy to install the camera safely and securely.

    • Transmitter strength: For wireless cameras, it’s important that the camera is able to send a strong signal that won’t break up before it gets to the display. The best cameras don’t have a problem in this regard, and have consistently strong signals.
    • Type of display: Think about the kind of display that will work best for your style of driving: are you going to be able to train yourself to look at a display mounted in a new location, or would it be best to go with a display in your rearview mirror?

    • Camera attachment: If you don’t have the time or money to go with a model that requires professional installation, be sure to pick one that you will be able to install using your own tools and technical expertise.

    • Camera distance: Think about the places where you’re likely to be driving, then check out the specifications on available cameras. If you know that you’re likely to do a lot of backing up, be sure to go with a camera that can display images at a sufficient distance to meet your needs.

    Rear View Safety: Rear View Safety is an American company that produces backing cameras, dashboard cameras, and other safety equipment for a wide range of vehicles.

    iBall: iBall is an Indian company that produces a wide range of digital equipment, including computer accessories, cameras, and recording devices.

    Peak: Peak is an American company that manufactures a variety of products for cars. Although perhaps best known for its line of antifreezes and other fluids, the company makes a number of automotive accessories as well, including a line of backup cameras.

    Esky: Esky produces a wide range of consumer electronics, including a number of different cameras for home and automotive use.

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