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Has anyone tried or researched upgrading the factory backup camera? My camera is very blurry in my 2014 Sierra SLT and am looking to improve the quality. I’ve seen cleaning the lens on the current camera so I’ll try that but I’m not ruling out a replacement camera if there is a higher resolution option on the market. Before anyone asks, yes I cleaned the dust and dirt off.

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1 hour ago, TheGreatOne said:

Is the quality that much better?

I personally don't see that much difference in the two screen shots, at least not a couple hundred bucks worth.

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On 11/2/2020 at 11:42 PM, Booger T said:

I personally don't see that much difference in the two screen shots, at least not a couple hundred bucks worth.

Are you kidding?  Look at the water droplets on the bumper vs the stock camera where you can't even tell it's wet. 

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I personally don't see that much difference in the two screen shots, at least not a couple hundred bucks worth.
If you download the the two pics the details other then the bumper are: the brown rocks below the bumper, clarity of the road and the rear wheel of the Tahoe. I got the idea from members on this site. It'll for sure be an upgrade I do. Surprised anyone who got this hasn't spoken up.

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