Reviews Of Pyle PLCM105 10.2-Inch TFT LCD Rear View Mirror Monitor with Back-Up Camera Get Rebate
Title: Pyle PLCM105 10.2-Inch TFT LCD Rear View Mirror Monitor with Back-Up Camera
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Description: The PLCM105 represents a triumph in innovation in rear view mirrors and backup cameras. First, check out the rear view display, featuring a 10.7″ wide anti-glare mirror that can also function as a video screen. The screen size can be adjusted, so you still have room for your mirror — choose a width from 4.5 to 8.5 inches. Second, check out the included rear backup camera with 420 lines of resolution, waterproofing, and nightvision for use any time, in any weather conditions. Plus, it can display “distance lines” on the screen, clearly marking how far you are from visible obstacles. The rear view mirror has two video inputs, so you can also hook up another device. It runs on your car’s 12 V power supply.
- Resolution: 800 X RGB X 240 – Universal Mount Rear View Backup Color Camera
- Power Supply: DC12V – Net weight: 0.9 KG – Camera Dimension: 0.67” (W) x 0.67” (H) x 0.9” (L)
- Touch Buttons – Mirror Dimensions: 10.7” x 4.3” x 1.0” – Power Supply: DC 12V
- Display Mode: Right, 8.5”, 7”, 5.6”, 4.5” – Anti-Glade Mirror – Resolution: 420 TV Lines
- 10.2” TFT LCD Rear View Mirror Monitor: Display Mode: Left 4.5” , 5.6”, 7”, 8.5” – 2 Video Inputs – Distance Scale Line Camera
Rating : 3.6
Review: Disapointing, dangerous
This product sounds great, thus I ordered it, installed it and have now used it for about 2 weeks. The product is an overlay of your existing rearview mirror. You have two choices when driving, you can either keep the camera feed on and use the camera view as your rearview mirror, or you can turn it off and struggle with the reflective material to use as a rear view mirror. If the camera feed is left on, it is difficult to see as the quality of the video is significantly worse than a normal mirror, especially at night. If the camera is left off during driving, the surface is that marketed as reflective, is very different than having a mirrored surface. Think about the reflective quality of your cell phone when it is turned off, then imagine that as your rearview mirror. It is dangerous as it is VERY difficult to see while driving.