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I need a new rear camera and would like to add a hitch camera while I am at it. The system I am looking at is Haloview RD7 https://www.haloview.com/haloview-7-inch-wireless-range-dominator-system.html. I  have shyed away from wireless before because of the dropped signal issue but it looks like they may have the problem solved by putting a repeater on the front end of the rv. This product has great reviews so I am looking at it. Does anyone have any experience with this system or another wireless system that work well? Thanks for al the input and stay safe.


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Re wireless cameras, a few years ago they were not thought adequate for longer rigs.  They may have had boosters antennae's but even then I recall they were not recommended.  This is going back at least 5-7 yrs...things change.   Hardwiring in a system would be a royal pain, running wires the full length under or on top of the roof, down the vent pipe in the shower or laundry then fishing it thru under the reach area.  I've done a fair bit of that...not something I want to try again.

Anyway go onto UTube and look up Ray on 'Love your RV', He has an older one and was provided with a new one.   He did a pretty good review on the new one which is smaller than the old one.  With the repeater the range was hundreds of feet, I think and the pic was 100%.  I may go up and visit him next week for a shakedown run after all the upgrades and mods done to the rig. 

The camera system is something I'd be looking at.

Contact him, he knows his stuff electrically and will respond.


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Let me know if that system is reliable in use. I've used literally dozens of wireless over the years and none of them were reliable on our rigs. For a combination of reasons, including the metal back walls we have on our trucks, and the smart cars/toys we carry (big chunks of metal). We have a very, very different usage environment than pickups and motorhomes. I'm always looking for a reliable wireless solution. Just have not found one yet. 

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