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    link for ram mount usb hub and were are mounting the two side cameras.
    pretty daring the hacking of the power switch on a new tap.
    assume work very clean. cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by cano View Post
    link for ram mount usb hub and were are mounting the two side cameras.
    pretty daring the hacking of the power switch on a new tap.
    assume work very clean. cool
    Daring indeed!! Tricky too! Oh and I'm actually having 4 cams installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hexxamillion View Post
    Getting my cameras installed on Saturday.

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    Please let us know how the quality is during the night, I'm thinking on whether I should go with a large CMOS based sensor camera for better viewing at the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alawadhi3000 View Post
    Please let us know how the quality is during the night, I'm thinking on whether I should go with a large CMOS based sensor camera for better viewing at the night.
    Most likely the size of the wont make a difference. The cams on my last car were larger. At night I found that the only challenge is minimal halos for headlights that beamed fairly straight to the cam. Thats the reason I mount the rear cam on the roof. The side cams I never had any issue.

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    Securing the Tab

    Here are two photos showing how I am securing the tab. I am basically using the unnecessary pieces to the double din kit and modding them for securing the tablet. I used acetone to melt the plastic pieces so they fuse together and secure. Much better than any adhesive.

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    Nothing special but it works.
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    VIDEO - Tablet Mount Progress

    Here's a brief video I just did on my progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cano View Post
    link for ram mount usb hub and were are mounting the two side cameras.
    pretty daring the hacking of the power switch on a new tap.
    assume work very clean. cool
    Oh..duh. Were you asking for the link to the Ram Mount USB Hub? Here is the link on Ram Mount's website but it seems like you can purchase it from any of the popular online stores such as Amazon. http://www.rammount.com/CatalogResul...5/Default.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by hexxamillion View Post
    Here's a brief video I just did on my progress.

    I've noticed the physical power button that you did there, I have the same tablet mounted on my car now for about two weeks and I didn't need to press the power button even once, of course YMMV though.

    There are custom kernels that allow you to swipe the screen to turn it off or on, you can even double tap to turn on the screen if you want to.

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    I believe you. At some point thats all still dependant on software functioning properly. The button is there in case I need it. Better have it than not.

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    Cameras Installed

    Got my cams installed. I like how these look definitely compared to the cams on my old car. The only thing I think is the last cams were CCD and seemed to have a more sharp image but not a huge difference. At night it's the same issue with starbursts with lights that are far away. Not so bad the closer they are except for cars with the super HIDs. Anywho..not much you can do about that until one day someone with the cool engineering and dev skills to make cams for this purpose rather the same old reverse cams. There's gotta to be a way to autodetect the light and adjust and help prevent or mimimize starbursts from lights at night.

    Here are the pics.

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    This shows how pretty stealth they are unless you get down and really look..

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