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Old 11-14-2012, 12:45 PM   #1
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back up camera

looking to purchase a back up camera system for my fifth wheel. would like wireless, looked at tadibrothers systems have found good and bad reviews. does anyone have any experience with their cameras, or could tell me which ones are the best

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Old 11-15-2012, 08:27 AM   #2
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You didn't indicate which system you were considering. I don't know anything about their products but did purchase a Voyager WVOS511 Digital Wireless system earlier this year. Have towed with it three times and the reception has been acceptable.

I have it mounted on the rear of a 29 ft Alpenlite towed by a F350 CC. Depending on 'where I'm at at any one point' during the travel/highway. It might lock up the video for a second and the signal strength might be one/two bars. When driving within the parks and backing up I've never had this problem with the video. I have it adjusted to see the tip on the bike rack and can see back to about 40-50 ft behind the unit. It has a wide view which makes it easy to see what's close behind the camper during travel or backing into a spot.

I bought the unit at Camping World on sale in the $500's and was an easy installation. I would purchase it again.
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