Car Front View Camera for Toyota Highlander, Land Cruiser

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Short Review. Car front view camera for Toyota, flush mounted into the lower part of the badge.


Front view camera in waterproof case for Toyota, flush mounted into the badge. Car front view camera is one of the best parking assistance devices providing you wide field of view and colorful image. This front view camera is designed to be connected to any Toyota Land Cruiser or Highlander monitor with a composite yellow RCA jack. Camera is installed in the lower part of the badge.

RFCC camera control system will allow you to quickly and easily connect the front view camera and switch between images from connected cameras using OEM steering wheel buttons of your car.

Note! This camera is not meant for constant connection to car's electrical system. Power supply should be organized in such way that the camera switches on only when it is necessary. We also recommend using a voltage converter 12 V to 7 V.

Front view camera for Toyota Land Cruiser, Highlander

The photo is provided for reference only. Appearance of the camera may slightly differ.

How to Connect a Car Camera

FAQ on Camera Connection

Other versions:

Front View Camera

  • Flush mounted into lower part of the badge
  • High resolution
  • Waterproof case
  • Shock protection design
  • High or low temperature resistant

Front View Camera
Technical Specifications

Viewing angle 120°
Material Plastic
Consumed power < 1 W
Case Waterproof
Operation voltage 12 V

Front View Camera
Package Content

  • Front view camera and cable
  • Power cable

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