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Old 05-18-2013, 07:19 AM   #1
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Failed backup camera

I'll try to keep my feeling for Sony in check.....

The backup camera has has failed and I need to replace it. Prior to purchasing a B/W used voyager, I couldn't get the connector out of the rear cap to see what I was working with. It seemed the camera was just hard wired in and I'd have to deal with it. So the new cam arrives and I pull the old cam out and guess what comes with it? Right, the 6 pin connector!

What options do I have for replacing this fine failure of a camera? What little I've been able to find about it, tells me these are prone to failure. Imagine that, sony making an exterior cam that can't take the elements.

Is there an adapter to hookup the voyager to the sony 6 pin? (I haven't found one) Does anyone one know the pin-out? I'll just tap into it if I can get the info.

Is there another brand that I can use to replace it or should I just dump the wired in cam an go with a wireless?

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Old 05-18-2013, 10:56 AM   #2
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I assume your monitor is B&W. Does your RV have any other camera's on it, i.e. Signals?
If not, consider going color and with a hard wire pan and tilt camera with large monitor and some turn signal cams. Total Vision Products: The new standard in mobile vision products
A quality camera system is cheaper than the insurance deductible, lost RVing time, repair of body damage, and repair of toads tires and breaks.
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