I am NOW a very happy camper! I just had my B&W back up camera replaced with a color digital camera that will adjust up and down, and pan left to right. When I turn the key on it defaults to look straight down to the hitch as a safety feature incase of children or toys. Great also for when towing and backing up. I also had cameras installed in my garage area so I can see how my harley is riding, one as a rear view so I can see behind me in the rv going down the road (keep an eye on the dog and children), tiny cameras installed inside my mirrors for turn signals or for just checking the side for clearance of benches, fuel pumps, etc., also two on my front as nose cameras so I see children, fences and other objects in my blind spots when I pull in & back out.
The cameras come in various degree lenses, wide angle, low light, mirror image, true image, and more. These camera were developed for RVs, boats, SUVs, big rigs, tow vehicles, off road, racing, and more. Everything looks great in color.
I spoke to Rod, the designer and President of the company and he informed me of his installing roof cameras on RVs & big rigs.
Total Vision Products, LLC. in Tucson AZ.
I am glad I happen to see his product display at a FMCA Rally I attended. I don't believe there is a better system on the market. You can buy direct, go to a designated installer, or to the man himself.
The cost was reasonable and less than what repairs would cost if I should happen damage my rig. I think of my camers as being part of my accident prevention insurance plan. Who has time not to mention extra money for accident repairs that could of been avoided to begin with???