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Old 02-14-2020, 02:11 PM   #61
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I didn't see any thing about lag in these comments. Most I've seen have lag in the signal. I would be concerned about changing lanes with the camera. Of course this comes from a person with no experience with a camera.
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Old 02-14-2020, 03:49 PM   #62
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I can't back at all with a camera, and a "cheapo" to boot. I carry some long yellow ski ropes, drape them on the ground along the line I want my inside tires to follow, then just keep the tires on the rope all the way to my parking position. Can easily back my 30' a hundred yards down a narrow alley, swing it 45 degrees and put it between two 10 foot wide posts of my shed. Even easier in a camp site.
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Old 02-14-2020, 06:31 PM   #63
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I can't back at all with a camera, and a "cheapo" to boot. I carry some long yellow ski ropes, drape them on the ground along the line I want my inside tires to follow, then just keep the tires on the rope all the way to my parking position. Can easily back my 30' a hundred yards down a narrow alley, swing it 45 degrees and put it between two 10 foot wide posts of my shed. Even easier in a camp site.
Great idea, but how do you get the rope out from under the tires when your trailer is in its final parking spot ?????
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Old 02-14-2020, 06:54 PM   #64
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You mind telling me how you got yours to display all 3 at the same time? I can get 3 (actually4) up on the home screen, but then it rapidly flips back to the last viewed camera.



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I donít have any system, Iíve just installed them. The Furrion with the rear view and 2 marker light cameras includes a monitor that you can scroll through the views and I thought all 3 at once.
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Old 02-16-2020, 05:45 AM   #65
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I just went from a 26 foot to a 34 foot larado. I never had a camera on my old camera. My wife put a camera on my new one for a valentines day present. I drove 270 miles through Kansas City and Omaha and loved it for the fact i could see behind my camper. It was like having a rear view mirror. The camera i got was a Furrion and i did not have any reception problems at all. The parts guy at the rv dealer said they made huge improvements in the last year and i think he was right. My Furrion even put the lines on the screen like my trucks camera. I think it was well worth it.
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Old 02-16-2020, 07:30 AM   #66
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What do folks think of having a camera at the rear of the trailer? Is it useful? Does it help backing into a situation? ..... just single backup cameras and multiple; any benefit to either.........
I have a Furrion Visions FOS7TASF Wireless Vehicle Observation System with rear and side cameras. The rear camera is most useful when towing as I see vehicles approaching from behind on both sides and in back. They are not useful for backing.
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