Alright so I do have a CCC but I did not want to spent 300$ on a module to integrate a back-up camera into it. If you are on that same boat or do not have a CCC/CIC or aftermarket HU check this out. No codding required!
I used the following DIY to for the source of the camera and on how to install it:
All Items are for reference, if you can find it cheaper go for it! Or if you don't want to wait a week or 2 from china/korea find it a little more pricey locally. For me it only took about a week and a half to arrive.
OEM Style Rear View Camera: $47 from china
4.3" Monitor: $15 from Amazon Prime
Now the reason for the $150 is that I added a Mini-DVR along with a black box power safety to run the rear view camera along with my front dash camera as a black box 24/7. If you want to follow that as well here is what you need in addition:
Mini-DVR: $35 from amazon Prime
32GB Class 10 MICRO SDHC: $17 From amazon Prime
Uninterrupted Power Cable Module: $30 from S. Korea
The mini-dvr [s]along with the uninterrupted power cable module[/s] was mounted on the passenger seat rack. I later mounted the uninterrupted power cable module to the side of the center console on the passenger side for easy access. I placed it there so I could control when I wanted it to record while parked. For example I have surveillance cameras all over my house so I don't need it recording while I am home. I tapped into the cigarette lighter for the ACC+ and Ground connections. For the constant power, I used the battery and routed an extra wire to the passenger seat at the same time as routing the camera video cable.
Here are images of my completed setup:
Top: BlackVue Power Magic Uninterrupted Power Cable
I was originally going to use a Panavise In-Dash Mount to mount the monitor, but I realized that my drinks condensation would most likely drip all over the monitor. So instead I just double side tapped it to the face plate.
With the position of the monitor I can still access the DVD slots by just moving the monitor flat.