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    backup camera
  • A backup camera is a special type of video camera that is produced specifically for the purpose of being attached to the rear of a vehicle to aid in backing up. Backup cameras are alternatively known as 'reversing cameras' or 'rear view cameras'.
    alpine
  • relating to or characteristic of alps; "alpine sports"
  • relating to the Alps and their inhabitants; "Alpine countries, Switzerland, Italy, France, and Germany"
  • Of or relating to the Alps
  • (in the names of plants and animals) Growing or found on high mountains
  • living or growing above the timber line; "alpine flowers"
  • Of or relating to high mountains
alpine backup camera - Pyle PLTS78DUB
Pyle PLTS78DUB 7-Inch In-Dash Detachable Motorized Touch Screen TFT/LCD Monitor with DVD/CD/MP3/MP4/USB/SD/AM-FM Bluetooth Receiver
Pyle PLTS78DUB 7-Inch In-Dash Detachable Motorized Touch Screen TFT/LCD Monitor with DVD/CD/MP3/MP4/USB/SD/AM-FM Bluetooth Receiver
This motorized touch-screen headunit is the ultimate in-car media accessory. First, it's got everything you expect in a modern headunit: AM/FM tuning, 30 station presets, auto-store and scan modes, an LCD digital display. Second, it's equipped with handsfree Bluetooth technology, so you can pair your phone with this unit and hear your calls in beautiful audio playing over your car’s stereo system. Take calls and make calls using the on-screen phone controls. Easily play a CD, SD card, or USB drive with your favorite MP3s. The motorized screen telescopes out and up, easily folding away when you turn your car off. Plus, it’s beautiful, boasting a 1440x234 pixel resolution, 400 nits brightness, and it's compatible with both PAL and NTSC inputs. Enjoy a DVD movie on the 7" screen and get relevant info using the on screen display and the wireless remote control. You can also adjust the sound to your liking using the preset EQ settings – or manually adjust treble, bass, balance, fader, and encoder volume controls. Electronic shock protection ensures skip-free playback as your vehicle hits the open road. This unit is equipped with A/V inputs, so you can easily attach another video device like a backup camera. Provides 80 watts output over 4 channels for a maximum output power of 320 watts.

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Rachael - THE trail photographer
Rachael - THE trail photographer
Rachel (Jack's wife), was a joy to hike with. She was a little slow up Aasgard Pass, then, as her husband Jack predicted, once we topped Aasgard pass - - she found her pace and hiked fast and steady (always with a smile). She was the camera shutter bug in the group along with me. So it became a joke after awhile. We would both see a photograph that we both just had to stop and take, and the other three (Jack, Mike, and Aura) would still be plugging along on the through hike, at a steady crisp pace. The result was that Rachel and I were always "running" along the trail trying to catch up with the "group". BUT we both had our precious photographs. Thursday 9.25.2008 my son and I started a day hike from the Colchuck Lake trailhead. Our destination was to the top of Aasgard Pass and back. At the end of Lake Colchuck our plan changed. My son would hike fast and hike through the Enchantment Lakes to the Snow Lakes trailhead. I gave him my headlamp (as backup) with extra batteries, in case he needed to hike the last stretch in the dark. I had the vehicle keys and planned to hike back down Aasgard Pass; get the vehicle; and drive down to pick him up as he exited his solo through hike at the Snow Lakes trailhead. 3/4 of the way up Aasgard Pass, hiking on my own, I met Jack and Rachel. They were a friendly young couple, planning to hike all the way through from Colchuck TH to the Snow Lake TH (about 17 miles). During our hike to the top of Aasgard, they invited me to join them on their through hike with their friends Mike and Aura. They had an extra head lamp and said they would give my son and I a shuttle back up to the Colchuck TH and our vehicle. It was an offer I couldn't resist. So that is how it came to be. My son hiked solo from Aasgard Pass to the Snow Lake Trailhead, and I hiked along with four friendly young people on the same route but behind my son, who was hiking faster than the five of us. It made for a long day of hiking but what great scenery and fun. I had backpacked up Aasgard twice and backpacked to Nada then day hiked up into the Enchantment Lakes once. All of those trips were decades ago (when I was young). This was a first trailhead to trailhead through hike of the Enchantment Lakes for me and for my son. We both loved the experience. We got rain, sun, and snow - - and we were all constantly changing attire to fit the conditions of the moment. We saw mountain goat and pika. For us all it was a hike to remember.
Rachel, Jack, Mike, & Aura
Rachel, Jack, Mike, & Aura
Convivial hiking companions for the day. Strangers at the start, friends at the end. Left to right: Rachel and her husband Jack; Mike and his wife, Aura. Thursday 9.25.2008 my son and I started a day hike from the Colchuck Lake trailhead. Our destination was to the top of Aasgard Pass and back. At the end of Lake Colchuck our plan changed. My son would hike fast and hike through the Enchantment Lakes to the Snow Lakes trailhead. I gave him my headlamp (as backup) with extra batteries, in case he needed to hike the last stretch in the dark. I had the vehicle keys and planned to hike back down Aasgard Pass; get the vehicle; and drive down to pick him up as he exited his solo through hike at the Snow Lakes trailhead. 3/4 of the way up Aasgard Pass, hiking on my own, I met Jack and Rachel. They were a friendly young couple, planning to hike all the way through from Colchuck TH to the Snow Lake TH (about 17 miles). During our hike to the top of Aasgard, they invited me to join them on their through hike with their friends Mike and Aura. They had an extra head lamp and said they would give my son and I a shuttle back up to the Colchuck TH and our vehicle. It was an offer I couldn't resist. So that is how it came to be. My son hiked solo from Aasgard Pass to the Snow Lake Trailhead, and I hiked along with four friendly young people on the same route but behind my son, who was hiking faster than the five of us. It made for a long day of hiking but what great scenery and fun. I had backpacked up Aasgard twice and backpacked to Nada then day hiked up into the Enchantment Lakes once. All of those trips were decades ago (when I was young). This was a first trailhead to trailhead through hike of the Enchantment Lakes for me and for my son. We both loved the experience. We got rain, sun, and snow - - and we were all constantly changing attire to fit the conditions of the moment. We saw mountain goat and pika. For us all it was a hike to remember. Postcript (10.24.2008): Jack and I traded packs for a mile or so during our through hike. His was a Mountain Hardware "Maestro". He was carrying twice the load I was, but the Maestro pack was so comfortable (fit like a glove) that I bought one. Since REI didn't carry it, I had to order it from Summit Hut in Tucson, Arizona. It was worth the wait and the folks at Summit Hut (where I used to shop when I lived in Arizona), were very helpful. Great 4,000 cu. in. backpack! OMT

alpine backup camera
alpine backup camera
Package: Brand New Sony Xnv-660bt 6.1" Multimedia Touchscreen Double Din In-dash DVD Receiver with Navigation + Night Vision Back up Camera
Package: Brand New SONY XNV-660BT 6.1" Multimedia Touchscreen Double Din In-Dash DVD Receiver with Navigation + Night Vision Back Up Camera Features: Integrated Navigation from TomTom 1 Year Free Map Updates Plays DVDs/CDs and digital files Advanced Sound Engine with EQ7 Text to Speech Emergency resources menu 7" Touch Screen Display USB 1-Wire Connectivity Satellite Radio/HD RadioTM ready IQ RoutesTM 6 Million Points of Interest Preloaded Maps of US & Canada Integrated Bluetooth® Easy-To-Update Software Advanced Lane Guidance QuickGPSfixTM Rear view video camera Mounting brackets included 510 x 496 pixel resolution! Very high quality picture 120 degree viewing angle Water Resistant Night vision Auto-Light Compensation Small enough to fit into a keyhole Can be flush mounted in your bumper, or anywhere you can think of Wiring, instructions, and warranty included 10 IR LED's Flush mounts into keyhole or bumper, etc Hard metal waterproof casing Long lasting strong material can withstand the outdoor elements Auto reverse image capable 1 1/8" inch flush mount size 1" optical lens Connects to any mobile video monitor, with a free video input Bullet style Camera Image Sensor: OV 1/3'' NTSC Power Supply: DC 12V > 200 mA Horizontal resolution: 420 TVL DIMENSIONS: 33 X 28 X 41MM

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