If you're in the market for a backup camera that mounts cleanly and does the job well, look no further than the Yada. This model installs easily, has a bright and clear display and is easy to use. The camera does a good job of reducing blind spots when backing up and can also record in low-light conditions with night vision mode.
The $80 A118-C Novatek 1080p HD dash cam from Yada is one of the best value models that we've tested. It takes nice daytime video, operates in continuous, looped or incident-sensing modes and has intuitive controls. Unfortunately, its night video isn't as good as the rest of the product.
Yada has an extensive lineup of aftermarket backup cameras, including this dual model that records both the road and inside the vehicle at the same time. The system comes with everything you need for a straightforward installation, including the wireless connection that pairs the monitor and camera for automatic activation when starting your car. It works over a secure 2.4GHz digital wireless signal that doesn't interfere with other systems such as Bluetooth.
The monitor has a line of buttons along the top for changing settings, turning on parking guidelines and powering down. The picture quality on the display is very clear and there's no lag when watching recordings. It's a great option for anyone who needs more visibility when backing up their vehicle, especially those using ride-share services such as Uber.