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Pearl’s RearVision is a backup camera for those who want the best rear view

At a glance Wireless, solar-powered design Dual HD cameras with 1/3? CMOS sensors 175-degree field of view Pros Incredibly easy to set up Image quality, both day and night Cons Must be turned on manually Expensive Quick and painless The out-of-box experience for Pearl’s RearVision is really well designed. Even packaging is done right, with a folding two-sided box that… Read More
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