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Full Frame License Plate Mount Camera 170° View Angle with Built-in LED Lights

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Full Frame License Plate Mount Camera with Built-in LED Lights

License plate frame with a rearview camera, fits exactly to contours of the vehicle, holds the license plate securely, without block any crucial license plate info, the frame rearview camera is a pretty low profile not to interfere with the handle latch of your car. The license plate camera is perfect for all vehicles with a standard U.S. license plate. Hi-definition color pictures, sensitive real-time and continuous, with the help of a wired backup camera, you won't be disturbed when you reverse your car even in adverse weather.


  • Zinc Metal Full Frame License Plate Mount
  • CMOS Image Sensor
  • 628 x 586 Resolution
  • 480 TVL
  • 170° Wide Viewing Angle
  • Built-in true 3W white LED lights for illumination
  • Reverse/Normal Image (selectable)
  • Parking Lines On/Off (selectable)
  • IP69 Waterproof Rating
  • 24ft RCA Video Extension Cable
  • Power Supply Range: 12VDC-24VDC
  • NTSC

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