The ND-BC8 Universal Rear-View Camera is for use with Pioneer A/V and Navigation products that feature a rear-view camera input. The ND-BC8 features a CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) sensor that offers improved resolution and eliminates the vertical light "smear" that occurs with a very bright light source or direct sunlight. Installation Flexibility
The ND-BC8 utilizes a built-in power supply with minimal connections for easier installation and its compact size provides hassle-free mounting. It also includes 10 meter cable for installation on long trucks, SUVs and recreational vehicles. Improved Visibility
The improved CMOS sensor reduces the glare during daytime use and has improved low-light capability for improved daytime and nighttime use.
The ND-BC8 features a new wide-angle lens to view more objects. The ND-BC8 offers a wide-angle 129 degree view and more than 300,000 pixels for more detailed images.
*Parking assist lines are not provided by camera Additional Features:
- 1/4-inch color CMOS Sensor with approximately 310,000 pixel resolution
- Wide Angle Lens
- Horizontal View in Degrees: 129
- Vertical View in Degrees: 105
- Illumination Range: Approximately .9 lux to 100,000 lux
- Dimensions (W x H x D) 7/8 in. x 7/8 in. x 1 in.
- New CMOS Sensor
- Improved Resolution
- Extremely Compact Design Suitable for Hidden Mounting
Delivery is available for appliances, TV's, and Mattresses in our local area. Professional installation of car audio available at Lewiston store. Please contact store for more information.
For all out of State orders, (with exception to Washington State residents within 80 miles of our store), shipping is not available. Please call store for details.
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