Hyndsight Journey Observation Camera System - Wireless - Wide Angle - 95 Degree Lens

Hyndsight Journey Observation Camera System - Wireless - Wide Angle - 95 Degree Lens

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  • Hyndsight Vision
  • Observation Camera
  • Suction Cup Mount
  • Wireless (Battery)
Hyndsight Journey camera system is perfect for use where observation and safety monitoring is needed. Wireless wide angle camera system is water resistent, low light capable, and easily transportable. Monitor can pair with up to 4 cameras. Lowest Prices for the best rv camera from Hyndsight Vision. Hyndsight Journey Observation Camera System - Wireless - Wide Angle - 95 Degree Lens part number JVS-EW can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Hyndsight Vision RV Camera - JVS-EW

Hyndsight Journey camera system is perfect for use where observation and safety monitoring is needed. Wireless wide angle camera system is water resistent, low light capable, and easily transportable. Monitor can pair with up to 4 cameras.


Features:

  • Hyndsight Journey observation camera system
    • Perfect for use where observation and safety monitoring is needed
  • Wireless camera is easily transportable from location to location
    • No permanent installation or wiring required
  • Wide angle camera lens provides a wider field of vision
    • Slight fish-eye effect with minimal distortion
  • Interference-free operation
    • Uses digital technology to transmit images from camera to monitor
    • Eliminates interference from devices that use Bluetooth or Wi-Fi
  • Water resistant and low light capable
  • Pair up to 4 cameras to 1 monitor for 360-degree viewing
    • Additional cameras sold separately
  • Kit includes:
    • 1 Sunlight-readable monitor
    • 1 Wide angle camera with 95 degree lens
    • 2 Flush mounts
    • 1 Antenna set
    • 2 USB chargers
    • 1 Cleaning cloth
    • Custom carrying case
  • Optional hardwire kit sold separately


Specs:

  • Digital transmission distance: up to 1760' away
  • Frequency band: 2.4 GHz
  • Battery life: 4 to 8 hours when fully charged
  • Camera dimensions: 2-1/2" wide x 3" tall x 6" deep
  • Monitor dimensions: 7-19/64" wide x 5" tall x 1-1/2" deep
  • 1-Year limited warranty


JVS-EW Hyndsight Journey Camera Monitoring System - Wireless - Portable - Wide Lens







Video of Hyndsight Journey Observation Camera System - Wireless - Wide Angle - 95 Degree Lens


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Video Transcript for Hyndsight Journey Observation Camera System Review

Collin: Hey guys, Collin here at etrailer. Today, we're going to take a look at a pretty cool setup from Hyndsight. This is their wireless camera system. Now, with this system, in your kit, you're going to get a couple of suction cup mounts as well as a monitor and a camera, and this is going to be able to give you sight for any blind spots that you might have when you're hauling those bigger trailers or even your RV, like we are in right now. Now, even though in your kit you're only going to receive one camera, there are additional cameras sold separately here at etrailer. You can get up to three more, totaling four, to pair up with your monitor.

That's going to provide maximum visibility for when you're maneuvering around your big vehicle.Now, right now we'll show you a little bit more about your monitor. You're going to have a variety of buttons down here that are going to help you operate this monitor. We're going to have a power button right here. This is our menu button, so we click that. We can scroll through and pick whatever setting we need to.

Now, right now we have three cameras selected. We can either scan through them, like we can right here. We'll just click on scan. We'll turn that on. Now, that's going to cycle through each camera.

We have one mounted on the passenger's side, like you see right here. Each one's going to hold up for seven seconds, and then right now you can see we switched to the driver's side. And we have a third one mounted to the rear, giving us visibility of what's right behind us.Another option you have is to turn the scan mode off. And then you can just select by yourself which one you would like to look at. You can select right there, and then we can cycle through cameras one, two and three.

Now, with three cameras selected, you're going to want to make sure that you come down and select the multifunction. So right now we have it on. This is how we would get out of this setting. If we want to go down to one camera, all we have to do is click on disable multi, and now we're on just the number one camera, which is what's on our back. There's also another option to put it in mirror mode, so we can click on that and put it in mirror mode. It's just going to flip everything backwards.So, as you can see, when I slowly back up, I have views right behind me, and then on both sides as well, to make sure that I can safely get into my spot. At the top you can see these blue letters right here. That's going to tell you the settings and the conditions of your cameras and your monitor. Now, right now you can see we're on camera two, hence the two right there. We just switched to camera three. We're also going to have our signal strength on the left corner for each camera. It'll switch depending on which camera it's on. On the right side, we're also going to get each battery power for each camera that goes up, and we're also going to have our monitor battery power right here.Now, with our camera mounted on the back, we are the furthest away from the monitor with all three cameras. There's really nothing to worry about. These do run off of radio frequency, so we actually have a distance of up to 1760 feet to be away from our monitor, so that means in any application where maybe you're at home, you want to keep an eye on something in your shed, you can do that as long as it's within that distance. A lot of other ones out there just have Bluetooth frequency. That only offers you about 30 to 35 feet of distance.Now, there are going to be two separate kits. One of them is going to come with the standard 45 degree angle lens, while the other one comes with the 95 degree angle lens. This one's just going to give you more visibility to see what's around you. Now, we've got them both hooked up to the monitor, just these two. We've got them cycling through. Let's take a look and see the difference. Now, right here we have our 95 degree angle lens. You can see it gives us a lot of visibility on our passenger side, and when we switch to the 45, it zooms in a little bit. It gives us still a lot of visibility, but it is more zoomed in, which could be nice to see what's on our side. Now, we're back to our 95.Now, the big thing that really sets this camera system apart from a lot of its competitors is that it is wireless. So, a lot of other ones out there require you to hard wire it into your RV and you have to drill it into the side with some self-tapping screws. With this set, we just have some suction cups mounting it to the sides and the back of our RV. So, whenever we don't want to use them, we can take it off, and store it in our case. When we're ready to mount it, we'll show you how to do that real quick. You just push the suction cup on there, press down on the button, and then pull up on the lever.Now, something I do want to point out is that if you're planning on taking a pretty long road trip, you know, 10 to 12 hours, I would recommend, because our customers have asked about it, installing a tether on the side of your camera. Basically, it just wraps around your camera, mounts to the side of your RV, so if anything should fail with your suction cup, it's going to be able to hang down there and the casing around our camera is going to protect it very well so you can stop and adjust it when you are able to. Now, with that being said, if you're not a fan of the suction cup mount, while these do hold it very nice, there are other options. We do offer some of them at etrailer. A couple of examples might be a vice grip, where it can clamp onto a surface. We have one with a strap system, to where you could wrap it around your application. And we also have a permanent mount, which you would use some self-tapping screws to screw it onto the side of your application and it'll be there permanently. Those are available here at etrailer and more, just check out our website.You're also going to get an antennae set with your kit, one for your monitor and one for your camera, should you need it. It's going to increase your signal strength. We don't have it installed on our camera right here because we're already close enough to our monitor that we don't really need it. However, if you're installing it on the back, you're going to be about 10 to 20 feet away, I would recommend going ahead and installing it. It just threads on like that, and then we can angle it whichever way we need to.And it is going to come with two chargers, one for the camera and one for the monitor. And if you get additional cameras, those will each come with a charger as well. It has a USB port, but it also has a normal outlet plug that you can use if you're at home. If you're on the road, we have a USB hookup right here. Just plug it in there. With the camera, it's going to be on the back side. Just pull off the cover and plug it in, and it'll charge. Now, with the camera and the monitor fully charged, you're going to get about four to eight hours of usage. The red light right there is going to indicate that it is charging, however, it is the same light that comes on when the camera is on. But, you should have your camera turned off when you're charging it.Now, with the monitor, this is something you can charge while you're on the road. Maybe you forgot to charge it. How we're going to do that is just cap on the backside. It's the same charger as the camera. Plug that in, and how you know it's charging when you're on the road is on the front side where we see the battery box for our monitor, you can see it's going up and then empty, up and then empty.Now, it's going to be water resistant, so a little bit of rain is not going to hurt it when you're on the road. It does come with a cloth, however, so if you're having trouble seeing after it's done raining, you can just go ahead and wipe off that lens. Now, even though most of this video we we're using this camera on an RV, it's really going to work for any application where you just need extra visibility. For example, maybe backing up this large, enclosed trailer. If you're by yourself, it could get tricky to see how close you're getting to inside your parking spot, so if you just slap this on the back, you're going to be able to back up with the monitor, be able to see where you're going, and when you're all done, it comes off just as easy.If you don't plan on keeping this attached to your application, it does come with a nice, hard shell carrying case that'll make for easy and safe storage. When you're packing it up, you do want to make sure you disconnect the suction mounts and the set of antennae. The set of antennae, I would just put in this middle slot right here and put our camera in that slot, and we have our charger sitting right here, and we'll also get our monitor sitting right on top. Of course, don't forget our cloth and manual sheet. We'll close it up. It's got a nice handle right here. It's going to, again, make for good storage.Well, thank you all for watching. That's going to do it for a look at Hyndsight's Journey Wireless Camera System.

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  • Does Camera of Hyndsight Journey Observation System Need to Be Powered with Every Use
  • When you go to use the Hyndsight Journey Observation Camera System # JVS-EW that you referenced you will need to power the camera and monitor on as the monitor cannot remotely power on the camera. You actually need to power the monitor on first though as this allows the camera to easily pair with it every time you go to use it.
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  • If the monitor on your Trailer Eyes Monitoring System has gone bad then you will need to replace the entire system. I recommend the Hyndsight Journey Observation Camera System part # JVS-EW which will allow you to keep an eye on your horses as well as your trailer/tow vehicle with additional cameras, the Hyndsight Observation Camera part # HVS-095W. Unfortunately, I cannot confirm the monitor from the Hopkins Smart Hitch Backup Camera and Hitch Aligner System part # HM50002 will work...
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  • Can Journey Hyndsight Observation System # JVS-EW See in Low Lighting
  • I tried to get more info on the low light capabilities of the Journey Hyndsight Observation System # JVS-EW from Hyndsight but this was the best answer I could get from them. "All of our systems have low light capability. The Journey system will automatically turn to a black and white image when in extreme low light. There are no LED’s however so if pitch black you wont see anything. The CAPTURE camera has on/off night vision and again has no LED’s."
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