Q: Terrible backup camera, can it be fixed?

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My 2013 Nissan Altima (25k miles) came with the optional backup camera to assist with parking. I thought this was a wonderful addition and never really thought to test it out. Cameras are on everything these days, so surely a Japanese car brand would have that figured out, right? I was wrong. The camera is useless! I don’t know how anyone could have tested this and decide it was okay for customers to pay for! Is there any way I can improve the camera quality?

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