HenryJ wrote:.............As with everything else, I have yet to see it in daylight.
If, it's like some of the dates that I have had, consider yourself lucky!
Well did not turn out like one of your dates
I went to bed with an eight and woke up with an eight
This was supposed to be a wireless system, but that is a bit of a stretch. Two wires for the display to connect to a power source. Then a long set of wires to the wireless transmitter from the camera and from the transmitter to a power source. Another six feet of wire and it would no longer need to be wireless. I wired mine in to an ignition source so that it comes on with the truck and remains on while it is running. The kit is designed to wire the rear camera to the back-up light circuit. That way it comes on in reverse. I wanted to be able to check back there anytime needed.
The camera is set up with a license plate mount.
The display I mounted using a surplus ball and socket mount I had left over from another project. It is sturdier and mounts with screws and the doubles side adhesive.
I chose to mount it lower so that it would be out of the windshield and somewhat shaded by the laptop.
The camera uses a 110° lens and has a pretty good field of view.
It does have reference lines that can be turned on or off. Night vision seems to be very good. With the illumination of the back up lights the field of view is visible.
Mine was purchased through Amazon for just over $73