About the Nextbase DVRS2RFCZ
Record your rear-view
Nextbase makes it easy to expand the functionality of your compatible dash cam. This DVRS2RFCZ accessory cam plugs right into your compatible Next Base dash cam and allows you to record your rear view, much like what you see in your rear-view mirror. It's a great way to provide a full video presentation to your insurance company or the authorities, should you need it.
- accessory rear-view camera
- compatible with select Nextbase dash cams
- plugs into master dash cam
- camera settings adjustable via master dash cam
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # DVRS2RFCZ
What's in the box:
- Rear-view camera (Mini-HDMI plug)
- Quick Start Guide
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More details on the Nextbase DVRS2RFCZ
Overview: The Nextbase Rear View Camera (NBDVRS2RFCZ) is a compact add-on camera that plugs into select Series 2 Dash Cams. The camera simply plugs into the side connector of the compatible front-facing Dash Cam, and adds a separate video stream to be recorded onto the Dash Cam's microSD card. The Rear View Camera has a telephoto lens with a narrow viewing angle that captures details of the road behind your vehicle. The camera gives you a view of traffic behind you, including tailgaters or vehicles that impact your car from behind.
Compatibility: The Rear View Camera is compatible with select Nextbase Series 2 Dash Cams, including the 622GW, 522GW, 422GW, and 322GW. These Dash Cameras are equipped with a Mini-HDMI input on the right side that will accept the camera's plug. The Rear View Camera is not compatible with the 222 or 122 dash cams because they lack the needed input.
Lens: The Rear View Camera has a telephoto lens with a narrow 30° field of view. Unlike the Cabin View Camera, the Rear View Camera is designed to record what's behind your vehicle, not what's inside it. Because it attaches to the "host" Dash Cam (mounted to the front windshield), it requires a narrow field of view to avoid being blocked by the passengers.
Aiming the Camera: The lens of the Rear View Camera is mounted on a swivel, which allows you to pan or tilt the lens in any direction. This allows you properly aim the lens for the best view through the back window.
Resolution: The resolution of the Rear View Camera is dependent upon the resolution setting and capability of the Dash Cam it's connected to:
|Dash Camera||Rear View Camera|
|622GW||4K, 1440p, 1080p||1080p @ 30 fps|
|522GW||1440p, 1080p||720p @ 30 fps|
|422GW||1440p, 1080p @ 60 fps||720p @ 30 fps|
|1080p @ 30 fps||1080p @ 30 fps|
|720p @ 30 fps|
Audio Recording: When the Rear View Camera is attached, the Dash Cam will record two separate video streams, one from the front facing camera and one from the rear facing camera. The Rear View Camera is not equipped with a microphone, therefore, audio is recorded from the Dash Camera, and applied to both the Front and Rear video streams.
Displaying the Rear View Camera: When the Dash Cam is turned on with a Rear View Camera connected, the Dash Cam display will show the Rear View Camera as a Picture-in-Picture (PIP) to the center-left of the screen. Tapping on the PIP image will open the Rear View image in full screen. Tapping the screen again will cause the PIP image to reappear. The "Reversing Camera" feature of the Dash Cam will flip the Rear View Camera image to a mirror image, mimicing the vehicle's rear-view mirror.
Screen Capture: When the Picture-in-Picture image is displayed, you can touch the center of the front-facing view (with a yellow dotted frame) to take a screen shot. Two photos are captured in the memory card: one from the front-facing camera, and one from the Rear View Camera.