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Swift Hitch Back-up Camera Ford F 150


Quick Overview

Sku # : Swift_Hitch_Wireless_Camera_KY
Swift Hitch Backup Camera for Ford F 150

Are you tired of the damages of your Ford F 150 caused by backing up into your trailer hitch? Stop denting your license plate with the Swift Hitch Backup Camera

Swift HitchTMis a wireless camera system with built in NIGHT VISION used to hitch up your enclosed trailer, camper, snowplow, boat trailer, horse trailer or anything to your vehicle fast in 3 easy steps. Mount the magnetic camera on your tail gate, View yourself backing up and then HITCH UP.

  • Magnetic Base
  • Transmission Distance: 300 feet
  • Night Vision Range: 15 feet
  • Full Color 2.5" LCD Screen
  • LCD Resolution: 960 x 240
  • Select Normal or Reverse Image
  • Easy to Use, Single Hand Operation
Night Vision
The Swift HitchTM camera has 7 built-in infrared lights which provide a minimum range of 15 feet (5m) of night vision. The night vision function will turn on/off automatically.

User Comments and Other Uses

  • Electrician - Used to look into tight spaces on remodeling jobs.
  • Construction - Used to view work from a different angle when alone.
  • Hunters - Place the camera up to 100 yards away for view of game as it approaches - check local laws in advance.
  • Plumber & HVAC - Inspect plumbing and find leaks in tight spaces.
  • Mechanic - Locate that missing bolt that dropped or inspect an area that cannot be seen without an inspection mirror. The NIGHT Vision is very cool.
  • RV Owners - Use Swift Hitch while adjusting the satellite dish for best reception. Simply point the camera at the TV and hold the display to fine tune the dish position.
  • Boat Owners Position the camera on the corner of your boat while backing down a ramp to launch or while backing in to a slip; to visual inspect an inboard engine for leaks while performing preventive maintenance; to locate something dropped in the bilge.
  • Marine Surveyors Attach the camera to a pole to make quick view of tight spots during below deck inspections
  • Home Surveyors Attach the camera to a pole to allow easy view of crawl spaces and attic where space is limited



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