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Old 03-22-2012, 01:46 PM   #15
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Mine has cameras but I prefer using the mirrors.
Same here. To me the big triple mirrors, one being convex, are much easier to use than the cameras. One glance at the mirror (s) and I can see what traffic is there...I have to study the camera screen to see anything.
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Old 03-22-2012, 02:00 PM   #16
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I, too, want to add them and will be watching here for someone that has. I expect a side benefit (no pun intended) will be to be able to view the entry door while parked, in the event that someone comes knocking.
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Old 03-22-2012, 07:00 PM   #17
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Didn't read much on this, but it looked like it may be what you are looking at doing. My Essex came with side cams, but if I had to change or add, this looked good. A Google search should bring up many sources and prices.
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Just looked at "this" that was a pretty neat set up with option for the fourth cam which can go over the front door and below the awning ... Thanks one solution Ty
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Old 03-22-2012, 08:16 PM   #19
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I had them installed on my 2005 Horizon last year and I'm very happy with them. I did not install them myself, I had them installed at the Winnebago factory. They look like they came with the coach, paint job and all.
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DIY and Ebay it is easy, BUT hard to do cheap. Biggest problem is finding low cost multichannel monitor that will rotate picture 90 degrees. My co. does a lot of CCTV so I should be able to find something eventually. Watch Class A mod thread. When I find the right combination of parts I will post there. If you won't be bothered by looking at sidewise image, two chrome 150 degree cameras and two channel monitor can be had for under $40. Hope to get this project done by early May for our summer trip.
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DIY and Ebay it is easy, BUT hard to do cheap. Biggest problem is finding low cost multichannel monitor that will rotate picture 90 degrees. My co. does a lot of CCTV so I should be able to find something eventually. Watch Class A mod thread. When I find the right combination of parts I will post there. If you won't be bothered by looking at sidewise image, two chrome 150 degree cameras and two channel monitor can be had for under $40. Hope to get this project done by early May for our summer trip.
Sorry should be $55, above price only one cam and two channel monitor which is one of my options.
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