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Old 09-13-2017, 11:14 AM
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Front and rear dash cam recommendations

Looking to see if anyone has any recommendations for a dual channel dash cam setup. I have been looking at the Thinkware F750 and the Lukas LK-7950 WD. The Thinkware is smaller and would likely be an easier install but the Lukas is loaded with features and has a ton of accessories available. Any one have experience with either of these or something else entirely that has worked well?

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Most people are going to the Tadi Brother's camera set ups. That will be what I end up with.

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For my extended length E350, I am interested (eventually) in one of those camera or sensor systems which show your vehicle from above and its proximity to obstacles around it. If you come across an aftermarket system like that, please post up the link.
 
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For my extended length E350, I am interested (eventually) in one of those camera or sensor systems which show your vehicle from above and its proximity to obstacles around it. If you come across an aftermarket system like that, please post up the link.
I've seen good results with this system.

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Set up is heavy but it's a nice system.
 
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You can't go wrong with the ThinkWare 750s with rear camera, I have one in my new F-250 and one in my Mercedes Sprinter Passenger Van, which I'm trading in as soon as they get my 18 Ford Transit 350HD builded, then I'll move the one in the sprinter to the Transit van.
 
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