It looks normal to me. Cadillac/GM is a bit better, but wide angle fixed lens cameras are not accurate at except in the center of their POV.
For me, it gets the job done, and I'm glad they included one.
Funny, that just happened to mine. When i started the car one day, I got a "camera fault" alert. that cleared the next time I started the car and hasn't returned, but that distortion on the front appeared--it wasn't there before. I haven't gotten any OTA updates and this just happened a few days ago--kind of odd for us to both be experiencing this quirk at exact same time.
Any update on this? In 360 view I also cant really make out anything thats in front of the car. It didnt bother me but then I tried 360 in a different car and its actually super helpful when the front camera is working properly in 360 view. So wondering if anything can be done to improve?
I have the same problem, and I did not know that there is a software update for this. It looks like we have to ask ourself to update a precise module. JLR must know exactly which version of the software is installed in a specific VIN. Why don't they simply update to the latest version every module. Why do we have to ask ? At least we should be able to list all modules, installed solftware versions , and latest versions, with a change log .
Can anyone verify exactly what needs fixed. Is it reinstallation of the image management module? Update image management module?
My image on my 360 view makes the front look like it is zoomed out compared to the rear and sides. The full size parking spot in front of me looks like a motorcycle spot not a full size spot like I am in. The white lines and curb look shifted in, not collinear.
It happened to me once (at least I noticed it once, I never really took to the 360 cam thing) and the dealer had to reinstall the camera software. It may have only needed a reboot, bu if I recall, I had bigger software fish to fry at the time. There is a software module somewhere (maybe on the camera's cpu) that does the distortion correction that turns the fisheye input into floating from above view.