You get a split screen when backing, the left side has the color backup picture and the right side has the virtual 360 degree view. I find them both helpful when trying to park this beast.
Please share your thoughts when you get this -- I've been thinking about this and looking into it as well. Am hoping to get a real 360 degree camera set up for full time view when driving and parked.I may opt for an after-market digital mirror (dash cam). Now they can display both and front and rear views constantly AND record, even when the vehicle is parked. Depending on resolution (1080P vs 4k), they range in price from $100 to $250.
I think a few of us are running the VanTop brand - which got cleansed from Amazon a while back. Has been great for us. Went with their 4K unit with front-and-rear cams setup. It has served us well - including auto-recording when we've had a couple "impacts," which I suppose is nice.Please share your thoughts when you get this -- I've been thinking about this and looking into it as well. Am hoping to get a real 360 degree camera set up for full time view when driving and parked.
It's a color picture, on a 5" screen about arm's length from your face. Put your phone in wide-angle camera mode, hold it that far away and see if you can identify anything on it. Meets the letter of the law perhaps, but is largely useless. About all I can use it for is to see where the 6" high concrete parking barrier is, before it goes out of view. When it does, it's time to stop.which provides a B&W display on the small radio screen.