Some time ago, I installed a Mobius action cam with wide-angle lens as a dashcam: Last month I got a bright idea: what if I could use the video-out from the Mobius as a video source on my Alpine IVA W502R system? That way I wouldn't need the confusing fresnel lens in the top of my window any more, and I would be able to see traffic lights almost all the time, instead of needing to duck to see them. See the idea in my sketch of the situation. Grey = driver and stock vision. Pink = ducking driver. Blue = dashcam field of view: I started researching all the requirements. Here's my shopping list: - Cable harness for Alpine Video in. - Mini-usb to Video-out for Mobius. Connecting the Mobius with my Alpine was pretty easy, although I re-plugged the rear-view-camera into the new cable harness. I also cut wire 11 on the main connector, and connected it to a chassis ground, to enable video in motion. Then it was a matter of configuring the Alpine so it enables Video in as Aux source, and voilá: I keep AUX as visual source during driving and I use the camera image every time I'm standing still, to be able to see the traffic light. Not: in the image above I wasn't able to see the upper row of traffic lights through the Fresnel lens or by ducking.