There are always cheaper alternatives but certainly can't say what quality you receive if it turns up.Thanks for that Snowgood, just the job. BUT THE PRICE!!!??? rip off time again.
Very best for an improvement in the condition there Lionel. I’m following you along a not dissimilar path, having been diagnosed with a cholangiocarcinoma (tumour in the liver and bile ducts) in February. Four rounds of preparatory surgery so far. Two of which resulted in severe abdominal sepsis a week or so later. Currently have 5/8ths of my liver blocked off with superglue (“Portal Vein Embolisation”), to encourage the remaining 3/8ths to grow enough to be adequate, ready for the removal of the 5/8ths sometime soon. Hopefully taking Tommy Tumour away with it. Was due for a further CT scan yesterday, to check progress, but that was cancelled at 24hours notice due to an equipment failure.I would ordinarily fit it myself without batting an eye but my medical situation makes it difficult. I am currently have chemo therapy after cancer surgery in February so I am very up and down at the moment. 8 days ago I was rushed to hospital in severe pain, the cause of which was a pulmonary embolism so I am now on daily blood thinner injections (self) for 3 months. Now of course I have to avoid sharp things and grazed knuckles hence Auto Leccy.
Thanks for that Kin, my auto leccy chap said pretty much the same as your son re wireless cameras but time will tell.Notwithstanding unpronounceable medical ailments (!) I fitted my own reversing sensors and camera using a relatively cheap kit from Amazon.
Being a base peasant model I had no dash screen to utilise. Pardon the Spanish site and no pun intended, you get the picture!
My son is a Thatcher approved professional car fitter and warned me off WiFi cameras as being too troublesome such that he refuses to fit them so I took his advice.
The only problem I encountered, which being a retired electronics engineer wasn't a problem at all for me, was that the cable on the mirror with the phono connectors was quite short meaning that they were going to be too bulky to tuck up under the roof lining, I cut and extended the cable so that the connectors were behind the A post trim.
The display is not the brightest in the world, particularly in the bright Spanish sun, but combined with the ultrasonic sensors it serves it's purpose perfectly adequately.