Congrats in advance, and that would be great!vp911 said:...... i am getting the rear view... it should be here today actually... hooks directly into the avelectronic unit...when i go into reverse, the camera automatically turns on... ill post pictures....
I'm afraid your in "unchartered territory" here as no one I know has managed to interface with the Navi display screen the way you describe.vp911 said:i got the plate cam just now.... i will have it installed later this week...
as far as the image you put up with the front camera... yes that is what i want to do... but i have a couple problems..perhaps you can give me some input?
first, i can get cameras that mount flush in the bumper like that.... which are about $300 each... or i can get a bullet camera...which i would mount where the fog lights are supposed to go (i do not have the fogs)... and that would be sticking out a little bit... any suggestions?
next, the image you show, has the picture splits on the screen.... any idea how to split the image like that? as of now i was just going to have it so i can use a remote control and switch between the left and right camera... but if i can split the screen and do that... it would make much more sense..
thanks in advance
It may be more a matter of practicality or physical limitations. My advice would be to see what's under the bumper and try to determine the amount of space and accessibility.vp911 said:as far as the actual camera is concerned...the flush mount or the one in the fog light area... thats a matter of personal preference...but i dont know what would look better, i mean both are probably going to bother some people...but what do you think?
that is the one that would be used in the fog light area
or the one for the flush mount is: