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tkur 
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Posted: May 16, 2006 at 9:52 AM / IP Logged  

Anyone know of a good backup camera to use?  I don't want to spend over $100.

Thanks,

Tom

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Posted: May 16, 2006 at 10:31 AM / IP Logged  
You probably can get a cmos backup camera for that price. People don't like the pictures on cmos cameras but I think it's good enough to serve it's purpose.
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killer sonata 
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They have them on ebay pretty cheap. Only like $40. just search for a universal rear view camera
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I have one brand new. I'll sell for $40 shipped.
I ended up getting another one that is a wide angle.
Let me know if you are interested.
-Scott
2002 GMC Yukon SLT non-Bose
Pioneer AVIC N3
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Will sell to a board member for $35 shipped. Here are the specs/info:
Backup camera, reasonably priced? - Last Post -- posted image.
Specifications
# Specifications of the Car Rear View Color Camera
# TV System: NTSC
# Definition: 420 TV Lines
# Scan Frequency: 60Hz
# Minimum Illumination: 2 LUX
# Effective Element: NTSC 628 x 582
# Viewing angle: 30~35 degrees
# Standard RCA video output
# Inside Mount: fits into most vehicle key holes
# Water resistant
# Hard metal casing
# Manufacture pre-set mirror image feature(Always reverse vision)
# Displays a reversed camera image on the monitor to duplicate the normal view seen in a rear-view mirror
# Full Motion Real Time Color Video without delay
# Operating Voltage: DC 12-Volt
# Installation
# Mount the camera inside the keyhole of your vehicle
# Adjust the lens of the camera to its best position
# Power directly the car rear view camera by mobile power system DC 12V
# Use the extension power cord or cut the power cord (black jack) of the camera to connect to your vehicle DC 12V power system
# Connect the video output (yellow jack) of the camera to the display in your vehicle by the extension RCA video cable
# That's it! You will get the vivid color video picture!
Dimensions
# USA New Car Rear View Color Camera Reverse Waterproof
# 2.5 oz. (Net Weight) 2.7 oz. (Gross Weight)
# 1.25 inches x 2.00 inches x 1.25 inches (W x L x H)
Features: Uses with this item
# No more wonder what's going on in the back
# Displays a reversed camera image on the monitor to duplicate the normal view seen in a rear view mirror
# For RV, truck, bus, van, camper, motor home, large boat, airplane, or any vehicle that has no rear-view mirror or poor rear vision
# Connect to any type of monitor with a composite yellow RCA jack for crystal clear resolution
# Save someones life that you would not be able to see without installing it
# Watch your horses in the trailer, on the way
# Mounted inside will fit into most vehicle key holes, no other installation needed
# Small compact size
# Low power consumption
# High sensitivity
# Low maintenance
# Easy as 1-2-3 to install and operate, just takes less than 3 minutes to set the whole system up and running
# DO-it-yourself to build your own Car Rear View Color Camera
# As a must for private investigators and law enforcement agencies for surveillance and video monitoring
Package Content
# 1 x Car Rear View Color Camera
# 1 x 6 Feet Power extension cable
2002 GMC Yukon SLT non-Bose
Pioneer AVIC N3
tkur 
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Posted: May 20, 2006 at 9:58 AM / IP Logged  

SAB,

Sounds good.  I'll take.  I sent you an email.

Thanks


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