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A common way to run cabling from the back of the car to the front is tucking it under the floor carpet near an edge, where passengers' feet don't frequently stomp. For example you could route it along an edge next to the door, then through the B-pillar or A-pillar, around the windshield and to the rear view mirror.


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Ok, so here is what was causing my screen to flicker. I took out my rear lights where I have connected the camera and saw that the reverse light was blown. I measured the the + and - leads and without any light bulb inserted into the reverse light slot, the + and - had something between 1 and 4 volts, multimeter is inaccurate by +- 2volts. This is of course ...


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GoPro has a multicamera configuration where you can align the time and merge all of the feeds into a multi screen single interface feed. They store the video centrally in a wifi enabled storage device using 802.11g Most of the commercial solutions are cost prohibitive.


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A better way to handle this is to pull direct power from a fuse (or direct battery power with inline fuse or fusible link) and run it through a relay. Connect a power lead from the reverse lights to power the relay. When the lights come on, the reverse camera will be powered by battery power. The relay draws very little power and should not cause your ...


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I would definitely run this thing off of your windshield, not mounted upon the dash. If you are attaching it to your windshield, it should have plenty enough suction to keep it in place. Ensure you read the direction on how to make it stick, but two pieces of advice on that note: 1) Ensure both the mating and suction cup surfaces are perfectly clean of ...


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My current solution: Clean the camera lens area well, apply a light coating of Rain-x Original. I made sure I had had not left any streaks or hazing, by buffing well. This was moderately successful, but grim still tended to collect on the lens. I purchased a new empty spray bottle and filled it with tap water. I park in a heated garage so I was able ...


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I'm not sure how well it might work, but you could try NeverWet from Rust-Oleum. It is a super hydrophobic spray on solution which repels water very well. Could keep it clean by keeping it free of deposits. The only thing I am unsure of is how clear it goes on.


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Updated: For recording evidence in the event of an accident, key requirements will include the following in addition to your criteria: Ideally two cameras, fore and aft facing Relatively wide angle cameras will be useful Mounted within the car, so you can provide evidence of your actions (remember this could count against you if an accident is your ...


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It would require a degree of hacking the system, so I'm not sure if it's worthwhile if you want to preserve the warranty. I'd expect that there are two options for doing this: Custom firmware or software for the system, which enables recording (unlikely), or Using splitters on the camera video outputs and having a separate device which records them ...


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They are out there: http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/317970419/7_split_Screen_Reversing_monitor.html google search car camera split screen. Why do you need to watch where you are going via a camera and video? Ducking from bullets yet continuing to drive?



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