Our CCD cameras feature higher quality image sensors than the standard CMOS sensors.
What's the difference? CMOS (Complimentary metal-oxide semiconductor) sensors are the standard light sensors that are common in most types of digital cameras on the market today. They are inexpensive to produce, consume little power, and have lower light sensitivity.
CCD (Charge Coupled Device) sensors use an intensive manufacturing process to transport electrical charges across the chip without distortion. This process leads to very high-quality sensors in terms of fidelity and light sensitivity. What all this means is that RV backup cameras equipped with CCD sensors/lenses produce a hi-definition video feed with uncompromised clarity and detail.
If picture quality is a top priority for you, be sure to order your Tadi Brothers RV backup camera system with the CCD upgrade!