Px3 reverse camera

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tebukan

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Hello. I have px3 android 7.1.2. Dasaita brand. How are the backup camera settings done? I couldn't find it on the menu. It's not in the factory settings either. I want to set pal - ntsc. Can you give me information?
 

Pavel-71

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Unfortunately, there is nothing like that in the settings. The device should work with both progressive and interlaced scanning in various NTSC/PAL/SECAM color systems. Manufacturers focus mainly on NTSC when testing because it is used by Asians and Americans. They don't focus much on PAL, that's why it doesn't work in some cases. You will have to buy a new camera, just to be sure, get NTSC.
 
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tebukan

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Unfortunately, there is nothing like that in the settings. The device should work with both progressive and interlaced scanning in various NTSC/PAL/SECAM color systems. Manufacturers focus mainly on NTSC when testing because it is used by Asians and Americans. They don't focus much on PAL, that's why it doesn't work in some cases. You will have to buy a new camera, just to be sure, get NTSC

Unfortunately, there is nothing like that in the settings. The device should work with both progressive and interlaced scanning in various NTSC/PAL/SECAM color systems. Manufacturers focus mainly on NTSC when testing because it is used by Asians and Americans. They don't focus much on PAL, that's why it doesn't work in some cases. You will have to buy a new camera, just to be sure, get NTSC.
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    Unfortunately, there is nothing like that in the settings. The device should work with both progressive and interlaced scanning in various NTSC/PAL/SECAM color systems. Manufacturers focus mainly on NTSC when testing because it is used by Asians and Americans. They don't focus much on PAL, that's why it doesn't work in some cases. You will have to buy a new camera, just to be sure, get NTSC.