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Old 05-24-2011, 01:14 PM   #1
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Question Camera, Rearview or Backup??

I have a new Sunseaker Class C and will be taking our first road trip next week.

Question is what is the normal view for the rear camera, should it be pointed down and used as a “backup device” or pointed up more an used as a “rearview mirror”? I’m not towing anything this trip so no need to just look straight down..

thanks in advance...

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Old 05-24-2011, 01:46 PM   #2
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When we had our Class C, this is how it was positioned. This is not my RV, just happened to find it on google images

We never towed anything either. I thought it was great since I was able to drive it backwards anywhere...what the mirrors couldn't see, I could see with the rear camera. I highly recommend it!

The only issues we had was during heavy rain or morning dew, it was difficult to see.

Edit: As far as the angle, I positioned it so the bottom of the camera "barely" saw the rear bumper. I was able back it up leaving a few inches between the rear bumper and the fence. Since it was a wide angle lens, it also helped keep an eye on tailgaters
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