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    I know this has before. But since I've spent the better part of my morning searching post for it. I thought it would be a beneficial if it had it's own thread.

    I think it was Emilio (though I can find it) that posted about a couple of wireless systems. (If someone could point me in the right direction-- thank you)

    I've been looking at the Boyo, Podofo, 4Ucam, Tadibrothers multi wireless-cam systems, among others.

    From what I've read. Aluminium trailers can interfere with reception. Just wondering if anyone has had any experience
    That's not a Typo, I just can't spell no so well.

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    Last edited by Red_5; 11-25-2017, 12:36 PM.
    99 Mazda Miata SuperMiata #515 - AKA Sparky SOLD
    '91 Mariner Blue Miata project AKA Napoleon


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      On the road if you want to see inside your trailer need to leave a light on inside.
      Quad camera looks trick but is it still helpful when towing at night?
      Most of our towing is at night.
      IMSA/SCCA Camaros


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        IR, infrared. The whole point for me is being able to see things at night. As mentioned in my original post, the IR allows me to back into our dark parking lot in the wee hours of the morning unassisted.
        The camera setup might be expensive but when you weigh that against the cost of your entire rig, trailer and contents going off the road in the middle of the night, it's a drop in the bucket.
        Last edited by emilio700; 11-26-2017, 09:50 AM.

        Aside from their cost I never understood why people race them.
        But obviously I just dont get it. -fatbillybob


        • #5
          Thank you, not sure why I couldn't find that post.
          That's not a Typo, I just can't spell no so well.