View All Around
When you shift your vehicle into Reverse, it’s crucial to have a clear view of what’s behind you for safety and convenience. A rearview camera with multiple angles can provide better visibility and awareness. Here are three different angles to choose from for enhanced rearview coverage:
Normal Angle: This is the standard view provided by most rearview cameras. It shows a direct view of what’s behind your vehicle, typically covering an area of around 130 to 180 degrees. This angle is suitable for everyday reversing and parking situations, offering a clear and straightforward view of obstacles, people, or other vehicles.
Top-Down Angle: This angle provides a bird’s-eye view of the area behind your vehicle. It is especially useful for parallel parking, backing into tight spots, or hitching a trailer. The top-down view allows you to see the rear bumper and how close it is to obstacles, giving you a better sense of the available space and your vehicle’s position.
Wide Angle: The wide-angle view covers a broader area behind your vehicle, typically around 180 to 210 degrees. This angle is useful for detecting objects or people approaching from the sides, which might not be visible in a normal view. It can help you keep an eye on traffic while reversing out of a parking spot or driveway.