Please do tell if you have some news on that please because my next project is installing an aftermarket "stitcher" device that gives the "Bird’s eye view" on a separate screen. If Bird’s eye view is coming to MY then there's no need for me to pull my car apart to add that system.But only in a $10K FSD package.
I was expecting better results from the first set of lights to tell you the truth. I already have the other long 12 LED strip installed for testing tonight.
I think you will find this is less an illumination issue and more about how the video feed is processed. Compare image with front and side cameras.
How is your rear camera after MCU1 to MCU2 upgade (dark?)
Reverse / Backup lights upgrade?
Side cameras always look great, by the way.
Agreed, because when I had my 12 LED bar light on with the car in park and I stepped out to take an actual (not cam look) back there.. .that amount of light available was great, the problem is in the software. If you go out in to your MY at night and don't touch the brake pedal but turn the cams on.. you will see the backup cam does have decent night sensitivity, it's just set incorrectly in the software.I agree. The problem seems to be with the rear camera auto-exposure setting. In our Model 3, the backup camera has gone from good to great to bad to okay (current) over the course of various software updates. Side cameras always look great, by the way.