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    Quote Originally Posted by wuudogg View Post
    I've got this one ( Pioneer Universal Rearview Camera NDBC1 ) mounted just above my license plate on my Mercedes Benz GL450. You can hardly see it. Best part is that it comes on automatically when you put the car in reverse. It's wired to the reverse lights which is all the light you need. Looks fantastic at night. It appears to be smaller than these other units posted.


    http://www.abtelectronics.com/product/19180.html

    those this camera have a high resolution? thanks

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    It says the product has been discountinued, seems kinda expensive though.
    08 Lincoln Navigator www.mobiteklink.com

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    those anyone recomend any good and not so expensive camera? thanks

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    A Logitech USB and yes, that's a PCI slot blank.
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    But i read that those logitech do not have high resolution is that true? thanks

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    It's only 320x240 at 30fps but supposed to do 960x720 somehow. I haven't seen it do that though. I do like it better than my LifeCam 7.1 MP thing and every other cam I've tried. Here's a front shot...

    Edit: Got it. It does do 640x480 at 30fps, and 1.3MP still caps. Here's front and rear 640x480 zoomed all the way out. Rear window is tinted (click for full size).


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    Here is my PT Cruiser mount:



    I have a SuperCircuit PC823XS mounted in a modified logitech webcam housing.

    The camera specs are:
    120 degree field of view
    480 lines of resolution
    Full color
    0.05 Lux low light rating
    Auto shutter, auto gain and auto backlight

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    My mount is made with bend aluminum stock, and a modified mini-tripod.

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    The bent aluminum holds in place just as it is, but I also added strong trim-tape to keep things from moving when the back is shut.

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    I have tested the camera, but I don't have it permanently wired up yet.
    It is small enough not to get in the way looking back, my windows are tinted such that it is hard to see it from the outside.

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    Nice, you do have any pic of the screen showing the back view please

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    Not yet, as I haven't decided on how I am going to interface to my LCD.

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