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Reversing camera(s) for boat help required.

Discussion in 'Audio Visual' started by just pumps, 26 Oct 2019.

  1. just pumps

    just pumps

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    Hi, been looking for a system to help when mooring stern on when solo on the boat. Found a few online which we will do but they all have just the one camera where I would like the option of switching between two cameras or having a split screen on a monitor.

    12v Bluetooth waterproof cameras (2 or more).
    12v Bluetooth monitor screen with single or splitscreen option around 4-8" screen size.
    Boat is wood & GRP and 37ft long.

    Thanks.
     
  2. ReJect

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    I wonder if anybody who drives HGVs know of similar camera gear?
    Or perhaps security camera experts on here?
     
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    The one I fitted to my car the display had two inputs, a master and slave, designed to work with a caravan, if caravan plugged in it auto went to caravan camera, otherwise it went to car camera.

    I wonder why there is a problem with stern, when my son had a boat all controls were aft, it would have been nice to have had a camera on the bow, however not pointing straight ahead, either to port or starboard to see through bridges under road crossings.
     
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  7. just pumps

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    Having the stern 30ft behind me and the bow 7ft ahead might answer your question :D
     
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