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Old 11-12-2015, 06:09 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by bankr63 View Post
I think the backup camera is one essential option on my TV. I only use it for hitching, but it provides a bird's eye view of the hitch ball and approaching receiver. No longer need any help or any guesswork when hitching the TT.

It does also help when backing into parking spots with a small car behind. Prevents my bumper leaving creases in the Corolla's hood once it disappears below the rear window.
SWMBO's Tacoma has the leftmost 1/3 of the rear view mirror as the display for the camera in the tailgate. Great idea because you are already looking there when backing. FAIL! Screen is too small & far away to be useful. Plus the fisheye lens on the camera causes the changes under movement to be disorienting.

Just what is wrong with 3 (Left-center-right) large, flat mirrors? Hasn't that worked for OTR trucks for close to 100 years?

Us RV'ers could sure learn a lot from those who are paid to drive 40 ton rigs and are on the road 8-10 hours 5-6 days per week!

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Old 11-13-2015, 08:46 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by cekkk View Post
But can you tell if it's actually available yet?
This question was responding to a post that has disappeared!

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