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Old 05-13-2016, 02:14 PM   #1
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Backup Cameras

I have a new 35' Gateway 5'ver and have realized that I need a good backup camera and maybe even the side cameras too. I have been looking over different brands and reviews and would like to know if anyone would know which is the best? In particular does anyone know much about Tadi Bros. wireless systems?
Any input would very helpful.
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I haven't seen a wireless camera that works they way they advertise.

Give these guys a call, they know everything about camera's

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Old 05-13-2016, 07:36 PM   #3
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Yes that's what I'm afraid of. Seems to be some good and bad reviews and it seems that bad ones are 3-4 years old. I really didn't want to run all the wires and drill more holes for a wired system. I did talk to rep from Tadi Bros. and he recommended a system with a separate transmitter good for 95' for a three to four camera system for 789.00. Kind of leaning toward that but I was hoping that someone would have some good recent info.
Appreciate your input.
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My camera and monitor was $35 on amazon. Has been working great for over a year. Re-wiring was a pain, but most things are. If you feel you need to spend $800 or more, take it to camping world.
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The issue with wireless cameras is the time lag between when something passes the actual camera and when it actually shows up on your monitor. You might have already hit something.

Thanks for the camera link.
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