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Dec 15, 2017

Weird Recording from the K1

4 comments

Can anyone explain what's wrong? Happens every now and then.

This is recording from the rear cam. Quality is bad compared to the front cam.

 

 

See front cam footage of the innovv K1 here

 

Hello Louis, Please kindly noted the routing of the rear camera cable. If possible, Keep the cable as far as possible from the engine system.

Dec 20, 2017

Hi Eason, Thanks for the reply. The rear cam is only 2 feet from the DVR and no where close to the engine at all. I have noise suppressor installed too. The cable runs inder the seat.

Have you tried to exchange the front and rear camera to see whether the issue caused by the rear camera lens?

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