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RNS-E with camera locations?

Discussion in 'General Technical / How To' started by BahnStormer77, Feb 14, 2009.

  1. BahnStormer77

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    I'm a nervous wreck driving around without my Navteq camera locator software on my satnav... anything like that availble for the RNS-E?
     
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    Nothing at all.
     
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    balls... back to having a Snooper S1 and Snooper Evolution on the dash then....
     
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    As someone pointed out a while ago, its all very well having a laser detector but what good is that considering how fast lasers work , you need a jammer really for those kind of traps, of course thats not the same for cameras

    But does beg the question why did they bring out laser detectors cause as soon as you've cottoned onto a trap you're fecked already, you wouldnt have time to slow down given its instant anyway, so jammers are the only effective solution in that case & James Bond revolving number plates is the solution to cameras, lol

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    I'd actually agreed with regards to the S1.... but something that warns via GPS location for static camera's is very useful.

    I've always had the GPS on my satnav and the S1, but I usually only use the GPS camera finder.
     

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