On the iBall

Posted: November 1, 2013

The iBall Camera Starts at $149.95

By: Melissa Park

There are two ways to hitch a trailer to your truck. The first method involves a lot of guessing and hopping in and out of the vehicle to see if you’ve made any viable progress. The second option is to use a backup camera that will help you to hit a proverbial hole in one. The iBall camera snaps to your bumper and sends the image to a separate LCD screen that plugs into your vehicle’s power port. Using a 2.4 GHz transmitter, iBall transmits its video signal clearly to the monitor. With an adjustable gooseneck for easy repositioning and comfortable ergonomic viewing, the iBall monitor helps to make a once-aggravating process as easy as tying your shoes.

Outdoors Insight; iballhitchcam.com

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