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post #1 of 6 Old 07-22-2014, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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led reverse light question

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i just installed in cree led reverse lights on my f250 taillights and now when i put my camera in reverse the camera is blurry. What is causing this? Anything i can do to fix it? Thanks for any help guys

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Thats weird, what kind of blurry? Can you post a picture? I put led reverse lights in my truck, not sure of the brand right now, but it deffinitely didnt make my camera blurry.

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Well I didn't even give it a chance haha. I tried them at night and saw my screen was blurry and blue looking(not color from the light bulbs) so I took them out and put the factory lights back in.

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Mine does that too, I have led lights in too. Not sure why. I think it's because the screen is dirty

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I run a gopro on my motorcycle some times and I've videoed led tail/brake lights on some of the newer high end cars. In the videos you can see that the individual LEDs are actually turned on and off so rapidly that they appear to be on all the time to the naked eye. (I don't know why it never occurs in movies or on tv.) if the backup LEDs work the same way, it might cause a blurry appearance in the camera.

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