Lip Style Mount Backup Camera
This universal concealed mount backup camera is a great way to go if you do not have access to any factory backup cameras. A “lip” mounting area is required for proper installation to work with your vehicle, along with some form of display system.
We are now proud to offer two different camera types, CMOS and CDD. Both are great cameras, so we endorse either option. To help you give a basic idea of the pros and cons of each, we have outlined that for you here:
Advantages of CMOS compared to CCD
The biggest advantage of a CMOS sensor is that it is typically less expensive than a CCD sensor. A CMOS camera also has weaker blooming effects if a light source has overloaded the sensitivity of the sensor, causing the sensor to bleed the light source onto other pixels.
Disadvantages of CMOS compared to CCD
Since a CMOS video sensor typically captures a row at time within approximately 1/60th or 1/50th of a second (depending on refresh rate) it may result in a "rolling shutter" effect, where the image is skewed (tilted to the left or right, depending on the direction of camera or subject movement). For example, when tracking a car moving at high speed, the car will not be distorted but the background will appear to be tilted. A frame-transfer CCD sensor does not have this problem, instead capturing the entire image at once into a frame store.
- “Lip” area required for proper installation
- A navigation or some sort of display system is required
- Navigation system programming may be required
- Most foreign and domestic cars, trucks, and S.U.V.’s
Please call Auto Spa Mobile Technologies at 866-674-1705 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Monday through Friday 9am – 5pm MST for all questions
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