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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 28-01-2009, 21:19
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Reversing camera

If you ever compare a picture produced by a good quality CCD camera with the cheaper CMOS in these wireless systems you would never buy one. It is worth paying the extra for the night vision they give - better than with your eyes. Wireless can suffer very badly from interference or poor signal.

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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 28-01-2009, 21:32
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Wi Fi Reversing Cameras

There's a few members on this thread ( wenlock, damondunc , kate13) who could be assisted by reading my experiences on Maplins Wifi Reversing Camera - c/w piccies - see this forum .

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I've just bought the Maplins colour reversing kit at £90, the camera sticks to the back of the number plate and I've wired it to the adjacent number plate lights. The monitor is stuck to the dashboard with stick on velcro. After I drilled a hole through the back of the van to get the anttenna inside it seems to work okay.
If I put the side lights on then the camera works.
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The last wireless setup that I used wouldn't work well when I had my bluetooth handsfree switched on as the frequencies are too close. Are you using any type of bluetooth? and if so how do they perform together?
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Mike,
The last wireless setup that I used wouldn't work well when I had my bluetooth handsfree switched on as the frequencies are too close. Are you using any type of bluetooth? and if so how do they perform together?
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I'm not using any Bluetooth as I have changed the Tom Tom to the cheaper Europe XL so I don't know how it would be affected.

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