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Has anyone played around with using a back up system, camera and monitor, to augment rear virrors on an LT?

I've found one company selling a monitor with a light sensor that lowes illumination at night.http://www.ebay.com/itm/180882110087...witem=&vxp=mtr

I found another company selling a dual camera system with a monitor that shows each camera within left and right 4.3 diagonal areas.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ws/eBayISA...m=270990186677

My thinking is that the dual camera would would be easier to use than having to look at the fet hand mirror and then having to look over to the right hand mirror?

Or, is one camera with a 120-140 degree view enough that dual rear view isn't necessary?

I also found a GPS system that overlays the gps route on top of an image coming from a front facing camera.

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

Bob, maybe it is just me but sounds like you are converting your Lt to a cage.

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

I don't know about that camera but the one I put on my truck turns on only when in reverse and the manual states to not leave the camera on for extended periods of time because of heat issues.

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

Fore some reason, I just don't trust the cages and trucks behind me, especially when we are on interstates with 75mph.

I want to be able to see what's behind me while taking my eyes off what isin front of me with the least amount of time possible.

I must be gettin old?

My first bike had a silly little X-shaped mirror that was only good for passing inspection.

Thanks for the info about back up systems not being left on all the time.

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

part of defensive driving is a constant slow rotation of your eyes car or bike - front - rear with mirror(s) - front - repeat endlessly

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

Yes, A continuous inventory of all the vehicles around you...You need to know and keep track of where everybody is.. This is done by scanning....

But, That's a cool idea.. Maybe a tablet computer and some ip based webcams....

OOh, That's a good idea..
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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

Not quite sure
Are you trying for a system to see behind you for backup purposes or for observation in rear view while riding. Our friend 'ARI' across the pond has a system in place that works with the reverse on the bike first scenario. But if for the latter I am not sure how that would improve on what all LT's already have mirrors. And of course peripheral vision another screen or monitor could prove to be a distraction rather than help. As mentioned before defensive riding/driving calls on all your skills so why not just use them.
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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

I've been looking for something like this too. I find a large blind spot that is un-scanable with the mirrors directly behind the 'truck'. I'm thinking a single camera mounted up by the luggage rack would cover that area.

Bob, you have a mounting method in mind?

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

I'm very comfortable using the mirrors for backing up. At one time, I used to drive 10 wheel dump trucks and different tractor trailer set ups.

What I'm lookung for is better rear view that the mirrors provide. I'm guessing that one camera with 120 degree view would do alot to augment the mirrors. And, that dual rear cameras would expand the rear view coverage and fill in the blind spots.

So far, it seems as if the cameras are either composit video or big WiFi cameras.

Many of the cameras are water proof, but not the monitors, displays. My guess is that since all I want to do is look at the monitor, not have to hit any buttons on it, I could just stick it in a plastic box.

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

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Not quite sure
Are you trying for a system to see behind you for backup purposes or for observation in rear view while riding. Our friend 'ARI' across the pond has a system in place that works with the reverse on the bike first scenario. But if for the latter I am not sure how that would improve on what all LT's already have mirrors. And of course peripheral vision another screen or monitor could prove to be a distraction rather than help. As mentioned before defensive riding/driving calls on all your skills so why not just use them.
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Yeah, I happen to have the rear camera, but actually my original idea was to have an additional screen to show the picture that my video is recording. Having three cameras connected BOTH to my video recorder AND to the extra dispaly turned out to be too difficult for my skills so now my screen only shows the picture of my rear video camera. It does it all the time actually, unless I switch the camera off.

However there are some issues...

The camera shooting backwards for mirror replacing purposes must have the "mirroring feature" included. This is how the factory built backup cameras usually work. Otherwise you all all screwed up watcing your video screen where the cars are passing you on the "wrong" side compared to the picture you see on your ordinary rear view mirrors.
My backwards shooting camera is built for taking real footage, not mirrored. And this of course does not work properly for monitoring your behind while riding. It works perfectly when sitting at home in your sofa and watching the footage as then you are sitting "backwards" on your bike, kind of.
With the experience I have so far I would NOT trade the picture of my original LT mirrors + the RS additional mirrors on on handlebars + small round blind spot mirrors on the OEM mirror upper corners to any rear camera picture.
The camera lens can be dirty or there is glare on the screen or whatever and in traffic situation you usually do not have too much time to wonder if your camera is showing the real picture or not. Good mirrors do it better IMHO...

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

As far as I'm concerned the K1200LT mirrors SUUUUUCK! I can't see directly behind me at all! I think I will buy some K1200RS mirrors like my friend (who owns both an LT and an RS). That should bring them up to a useable level. I don't know what the Germans were thinking by putting the mirrors at kneecap level. Just my opinion as usual and it smells as bad as usual.

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

The LT mirrors are great for checking the wheels on your Bushtec trailer. The RS mirrors are great for seeing what is behind you. They should have been the very first mod I did instead of the last.

I test drove a friends LT the other day and about freaked out when the mirrors I was used to were GONE!

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The other issue with a 120-140 deg view camera (equally in rear-view mirror mode) is that because its is sooo wide an angle, "objects in mirror are closer than they appear".

You might get a false impression that a vehicle behind is travelling at a safe distance, yet in fact it is actually quite close to you. I see it all the time with my GoPro (forward-facing) on the bike... I can be sitting 3 feet from a car at stop lights, yet it looks like it is 10ft away in the LCD screen, and that's at 127 deg FOV.


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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

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I test drove a friends LT the other day and about freaked out when the mirrors I was used to were GONE!
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Do you use the round or oval RS mirrors, been looking into this mod the last few days.

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

+1 on the RS mirrors, I have all four mirrors set slightly different, use the RS mirrors mostly, but have the standard mirror tuned out a bit more to help reduce the blind spot. Rear side proximity detectors would be nice, haven't seen after market ones though, the newer cars with the proximity detectors that flash when a another vehicle enters near your space are pretty cool.

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Do you use the round or oval RS mirrors, been looking into this mod the last few days.
Oval - really like them. And they are break away if the bike falls over on a pickup. They don't come off but the arm spins around.

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Take a look at Autozone
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/acc...er=825002_0_0_

Cool little wireless system thought about putting on mine as well

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http://www.k1600forum.com/forum/bmw-...n-mirrors.html
Saeng/TA Quick Scan mirrors were the first thing that I purchased for my LT, then my GSA, and now my GTL.
Picture is with Quick Scan mirror in origiinal position.
Moved the mirror farther to the outboard on the flat spot below the windshield.

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

Thanks for the valuable info Chris.

The "Quick-Scan" mirrors look interesting.

Unfortunately, I cannot find any info on their site for dimentions.

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Do you use the round or oval RS mirrors, been looking into this mod the last few days.
I do have "round" mirrors installed in the handlebars. Guess they are from K75/K100 - not RS. They are not as fancy looking as RS's oval-versions but they really do work! I haven't give the old LT mirrors a glance since installin those K***-mirrors

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Just installed a camera + monitor on mine. I agree with most of the posts here - stupid idea, waste of time, you should be doing head checks etc. etc.

UNTIL you actually ride with one. Amazing is an understatement.

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Re: back up system, camera-monitor,

I ordered a pair of RS mirrors from Motobins; see how they do when I install them. These RS mirrors are a little longer than most of the RS mirrors--hoping I'll get a better view over the trunk.

Your install looks interesting, especially with the built in grid to aide gauging depth.

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Where did you put the camera Woolly, looks like its down low? (pic req'd) ;-P

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Where did you put the camera Woolly, looks like its down low? (pic req'd) ;-P
Not that low down - it's quite a wide angle lens.I placed it just under the trunk latch mechanism, between the trunk and the lining - there is plenty of space there for it. The camera power supply is from a 12V outlet I wired into the trunk (from the back of the 12V outlet by the pillion backrest - I use my outlet for charging cameras, laptops etc. The display is powered from the 'Map Light'. Both of which are 'ignition switched'.

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Good spot, somewhat protected from light rain also.
What's the LCD screen like in daylight glare?
Got a link to the product you used, just out of curiosity :-)

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Screen

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I paid £30.11 for the two - including delivery.

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cheap as chups....
Just above the number plate might be a good spot too, especially if towing a trailer...
or that pesky gap between the top box and its mounting points... lots of options. Nice work!

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cheap as chups....
Yup!!
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Just above the number plate might be a good spot too, especially if towing a trailer...
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or that pesky gap between the top box and its mounting points... lots of options. Nice work!
- no, - wont fit - nor in the gap between the brake light bar & boot/trunk lid.

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