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If you are talking about the image on the 5” iMID, the brightness changes with the dash light brightness.

If you are talking brightness at night, then upgrading the reverse lights for more output would be the way to go.
 

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If you are talking about the image on the 5” iMID, the brightness changes with the dash light brightness.
Yes, this is it. I was afraid of that. My imid camera is super bright. And there is no separate setting for it so replace the camera?
 

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Yes, this is it. I was afraid of that. My imid camera is super bright. And there is no separate setting for it so replace the camera?
I don't know that replacing the camera will make any change, the brightness is much more of a factor of the screen itself. You might look for a small square of window tint to place over the screen to reduce it as a test.

Personally, I'd dim the dash lights to the point that the camera on the iMID is at an acceptable brightness. You might be surprised at how low you can turn them down. Less light from the dash overall also improves how well you can see outside at night.
 

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I don't know that replacing the camera will make any change, the brightness is much more of a factor of the screen itself. You might look for a small square of window tint to place over the screen to reduce it as a test.

Personally, I'd dim the dash lights to the point that the camera on the iMID is at an acceptable brightness. You might be surprised at how low you can turn them down. Less light from the dash overall also improves how well you can see outside at night.
The imid display is otherwise fine o. Wallpater, fuel, radio and any other input. Its just super bright on the reverse camera input.
 
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