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Here is a great video of a Sport doing some off-roading. The trail cam is on the whole time and you can see how helpful it is when he's cresting a hill, blind. Neat!






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Pretty cool when we were blinded by the sun, you could still see clearly on the trail cam display.

I'm used to it's functionality, I use it on my F-150 pretty often for 360 degree views and parking in my garage, backing trailers/camper etc.
 

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Is that true exhaust sound or piped-in?
 

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Here is a great video of a Sport doing some off-roading. The trail cam is on the whole time and you can see how helpful it is when he's cresting a hill, blind. Neat!

Thanks for posting! That's pretty cool. But I'd like to see a little more of a downward angle, with a closer shot. The camera shows too much forward field of vision. We need to see the best line to take, not what's 20 yards ahead. I wonder if the camera can be adjusted down and has zoom capabilities.
 

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