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An RV backup camera lets you see behind your rig whether you are backing into a tight campsite, or you are wondering if someone is tailgating you.
Want to end the yelling and screaming that happens when you have someone ‘helping’ you back into a spot because you can’t see what’s behind you?
Get a rearview camera and eliminate the middleman.
We review wired rv backup camera and wireless.
We also review one, two, and three backup rv camera systems.
Below you find the best RV backup camera reviews, which will help you figure out which system works best for your setup.
- 1 Best Wired RV Backup Camera Reviews
- 1.1 Best Wired 1 Camera System
- 1.2 Trailer Owners Heads Up
- 1.3 Best Wired 2 Camera System
- 1.4 Trailer Owners Heads Up
- 1.5 Best Wired 3 Camera (Rear & Side) System
- 1.6 Single Camera Operation
- 1.7 Best Wired System with Side Cameras and Quad Monitor
- 2 Best RV Wireless Backup Cameras
- 2.1 Toy Haulers And Airstreams Beware
- 2.2 Best Wireless 1 Camera System
- 2.3 Airstreams and Toy Haulers Beware
- 2.4 Best Wireless 1 Camera System Runner-Up
- 2.5 Have A Furrion Mount?
- 2.6 Airstreams and Toy Haulers Beware
- 2.7 Best Wireless 2 Camera Quad View System
- 2.8 Airstreams and Toy Haulers Beware
- 2.9 Best Backup Camera on a Budget
- 3 Best Hitch Camera
- 4 Conclusion
RV Backup Camera Guide
There’s a lot to think consider when looking for the perfect backup camera for your RV.
Wired or Wireless? CMOS or CCD sensor? How large of a display?
Read our Rear View Camera Guide to learn everything you need to know to pick the best system for your rig.
Why Only Two Manufacturers Reviewed?
In the following backup camera for RV reviews we include products from just two manufacturers.
If you’ve looked at RV rear camera systems, you know the options are mind-boggling.
Why did we only choose two RV backup camera manufacturers? We explain why here.
Best Wired RV Backup Camera Reviews
Wired RV backup camera systems offer the best quality and the most stable picture.
However, they are harder to install than a wireless system.
If you have a metal-skinned RV (e.g., Airstream) or a toy hauler with a metal reinforced ramp (back wall), then a wired RV rear camera is your best bet.
Best Wired 1 Camera System
Rear View Safety RVS-770613-NM
Best For All types of RVs looking for an RV rear camera with the most stable image.
The RVS-770613 is Rear View Safety’s single camera, wired backup camera for RVs.
It has a 7-inch digital LCD screen and comes with a single rearview camera that offers a 130-degree viewing angle.
This RV rear camera system can handle up to 3 cameras, should you decide to expand.
Continue Reading Rear View Safety RVS-770613-NM Review
Best Wired 2 Camera System
Rear View Safety RVS-770614
Best For: Motorhomes looking for 2 rear view camera angles.
Travel trailers, 5th wheel and toy hauler (trailers) that want one rearview camera at the rear of the RV and one rearview camera mounted at the rear of the truck.
The RVS-770614 is Rear View Safety’s dual camera wired backup system.
It has a 7-inch digital LCD screen and comes with two rearview RV backup cameras, each offering a 130-degree viewing angle.
This system can handle up to 3 cameras, should you decide to expand the system.
Continue Reading Rear View Safety RVS-770614 Review
Best Wired 3 Camera (Rear & Side) System
Rear View Safety RVS-770616N
Best For: Motorhomes looking for a rear view camera and 2 side view cameras.
The RVS-770616N is Rear View Safety’s three camera wired backup system.
It has a 7-inch digital LCD screen and comes with a single rearview camera.
Additionally, it has a 130-degree viewing angle and two side view cameras, each with a 120-degree viewing angle.
Continue Reading Rear View Safety RVS-770616N Review
Best Wired System with Side Cameras and Quad Monitor
Rear View Safety RVS-062710
Best For: Motorhomes looking for a rear view camera and 2 side view cameras with the ability to view all cameras at one time on the monitor.
The RVS-062710 is Rear View Safety’s four-camera, wired RV backup system. It has a 7-inch digital LCD screen and comes with two rear view cameras that have a 130-degree viewing angle and two side-view cameras, each with a 120-degree viewing angle.
Continue Reading Rear View Safety RVS-062710 Review
Best RV Wireless Backup Cameras
RV wireless backup camera systems offer the easiest installation because they are wireless.
However, because it is wireless technology, they are susceptible to interference causing loss of signal.
Therefore, wired systems offer the best, most stable image, but are harder to install as a result of needing to be wired.
Toy Haulers And Airstreams Beware
If you have a metal-skinned RV (e.g., Airstream) or a toy hauler with a metal reinforced ramp (back wall) then wired RV backup cameras are your best bet because metal interferes with the wireless signal.
Best Wireless 1 Camera System
Rear View Safety RVS-2CAM
Best For: People looking for a wireless backup camera for RV with relatively easy installation. Because of the metal interference, this is not recommended for Airstreams/metal-skinned rigs (use a hardwired system).
The RVS-2CAM is Rear View Safety’s single camera, wireless RV backup system.
It has a 7-inch digital LCD screen with the split-screen capability (if you install the second, optional camera)
This wireless backup camera for RV comes with a single rearview camera that has a 130-degree viewing angle and can support a second camera (optional purchase).
Continue Reading Rear View Safety RVS-2CAM Review
Best Wireless 1 Camera System Runner-Up
Best For: People looking for a rear view camera with relatively easy installation. Not recommended for Airstreams/metal-skinned rigs (use a hardwired system).
The 9901Digital is 4UCam’s single camera, wireless RV backup system.
This system has a 7-inch digital LCD screen and comes with a single wireless rearview camera that has a 130-degree viewing angle.
The digital signal has an unobstructed range of 100 feet (though this is reduced when you start putting an RV between the monitor and camera, as is the case with all wireless RV backup systems).
Continue Reading 4UCam 9901Digital Review
Best Wireless 2 Camera Quad View System
4UCam 9901Digital Quad View
Best For: People looking for multiple camera angles and relatively easy installation. Not recommended for Airstreams/metal-skinned rigs (use a hardwired system).
The 9901Digital Quad View is 4UCam’s multi-camera (comes with 2), wireless RV backup system.
It has a 7-inch digital LCD screen. BUT, you can display 1, 2, or 4 cameras at one time if you buy extra cameras.
This system comes with two wireless rearview cameras that have a 130-degree viewing angle.
The digital signal has an unobstructed range of 100 feet.
Continue Reading 4UCam Digital Quad View Review
Best Backup Camera on a Budget
The 8909 WiFi is 4UCam’s simplest wireless RV backup system.
This system differs from all the rest of the reviewed backup systems in that it doesn’t come with an external viewing monitor.
Instead, it displays on an iOS or Android device via the viewing app (free download).
Also, it creates its own WiFi network to broadcast the image to your iOS or Android device.
Continue Reading 4UCam 8909 WiFi Review
Best Hitch Camera
Backing up to connect to your trailer is not such an easy task when your vehicle doesn’t have an integrated trailer backup camera and you don’t have a helper.
Heck, even if you did have a helper, you might be better off using a trailer backup camera and avoiding any potential arguments.
Know what we mean?
The wireless trailer backup camera reviewed below is not intended for permanent installation nor is it intended to be used as an RV rearview camera.
It has one job and one job only – to help you line up your tow vehicle’s hitch ball with your trailer so that you can easily hitch up for towing.
Once your trailer is connected to your tow vehicle, the wireless hitch cam is removed from your tow vehicle and stored until you need to hook up again.
Best Trailer Hitch Camera
Best For: All types of RVs occasionally needing a backup camera (not intended for full-time use).
The iBall wireless trailer backup camera is incredibly easy to use.
Simply plug the included 3.5-inch monitor into a 12-volt (cigarette lighter) outlet inside your vehicle.
Then, place the included trailer camera on your tow vehicle so that it gives a clear view of the tow ball (camera has a magnetic mount).
Camp Addict Kelly’s Experience With The iBall
Choose Original or Pro Version
Continue Reading iBall Trailer Hitch Camera Review
There you have it!
Now, you know how to select a backup camera system with confidence.
You will wonder how you ever lived without it if you didn’t have one before.
If you have a question about any of these cameras, or your own system, please read the comments below and make sure the answer is not already there.
If it is not, pop your question down there! We are happy to answer all intelligently asked questions that are relevant to backup cameras, within reason. (AKA we are not going to do hours of research to find an answer you don’t feel like doing yourself.)
Otherwise, if we can answer a question you have, we definitely will!
Stay safe on the road.
Camp on, Addicts!
Authors: Kelly Beasley & Marshall Wendler
He-llllo. I’m the co-founder of Camp Addict, which my biz partner and I launched in 2017. I frigging love the RVing lifestyle but in December of 2020, I converted to part-time RV life. Heck, I lived in my travel trailer for over 5.5 years, STRICTLY boondocking for pretty much all of it. Boondocking is a GREAT way to live, but it’s not easy. Anyway, I’m passionate about animals, can’t stand campgrounds, I hardly ever cook, and I love a good dance party. Currently, I can be found plotting and scheming whether or not to start collecting farm animals (or plotting my next RV trip!) at my beautiful new ‘ranch’ named ‘Hotel Kellyfornia’, in Southern Arizona.
Camp Addict co-founder Marshall Wendler brings his technical expertise to help explain RV products in an easy to understand fashion. Full-time RVing from April 2014 – December 2020 (now RVing about 50% of the time), Marshall loves sharing his knowledge of the RV lifestyle. Marshall spends the majority of his RVing life boondocking. He is the part of Camp Addict that knows ‘all the things’. He’s good at sharing his technical knowledge so you can benefit.
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