Digital Tiny Traveler's camera handles night and day lighting conditions well.

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The kit comes with multiple mounts for the camera, including this suction cup, which you can attach to a rear window to focus on a rear-facing child seat.

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The 4.3-inch video monitor looks nicely packaged in a silver-and-black casing.

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The monitor shows VGA imagery through a wireless connection with the camera.

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Buttons on the top of the video monitor let you access menus to adjust brightness and contrast.

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Both camera and video monitor require power cables, which need two 12-volt power points.

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You can use the strap mount to attach the camera to a headrest.

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The monitor shows imagery from the camera clearly in daylight.

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Imagery in low-light conditions also looks very clear.

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