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DXSMac
post Jan 22 2008, 10:22 PM
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Ok, $79.99.

Anyone tried it? I bought one. You plug it into the 12v outlet. Fortunately, my RV dashboard has two, one for cigarette, and one "extra." This way, I can still use my Magellan and the backup camera. It's also supposed to have "night vision."

I'm not planning an RV trip for a couple months, but if anyone has tried this, let up know! If not, I'll give my review.

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post Jan 29 2008, 03:53 PM
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I've heard that these wireless backup cameras are good for a distance of only 20 feet. How true is this? We own a 34 ft Class A and if this camera works with the extra distance, I'll buy one.
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post Feb 1 2008, 05:54 PM
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positive = your back up wire to light bulb
negative is the frame on the vehicle---

any way-My lady friend from West Va has a 28 ft Sunline Travel trailer she drives a huge ford super duty F350 diesel truck she bought a wireless back up camera to aid to her hookups---she loves it---I was with her recently---wow---I would buy one just seeing hers---OH by the way
"she" installed it her self---no man helped her---
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post Feb 2 2008, 12:54 PM
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QUOTE(sparky @ Feb 1 2008, 03:54 PM) *

positive = your back up wire to light bulb
negative is the frame on the vehicle---

any way-My lady friend from West Va has a 28 ft Sunline Travel trailer she drives a huge ford super duty F350 diesel truck she bought a wireless back up camera to aid to her hookups---she loves it---I was with her recently---wow---I would buy one just seeing hers---OH by the way
"she" installed it her self---no man helped her---
sparky in Va.



Oh man!!!! Now I'm shamed! This means I will HAVE to install it myself!

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