I recently installed a three-camera system for my van. I'm quite happy with the results.
I originally considered a 360 degree system from Rear View Safety. In the end, I decided that I could get the vast majority of what I wanted with a simpler setup at less than half the cost, so I went that way.
My head unit has three camera inputs, so that was easy.
I have one rear view camera mounted on my pop top. I love it for backing up. It doesn't have quite as much night vision as I would like to have. At some point I might replace it with a different unit, but then again, I might just stick with what I have, and add a couple of additional backup lights instead.
I have one camera mounted under my passenger side mirror. It covers my blind spot, and more. It is awesome.
My third camera is mounted in the front grill. I don't use it as much as the other two, but I like it for tight parking spots and other situations where I need to be extra sure that there is nothing in front of me (kids, tricycles, kitty cats...)
All of my cameras are wired. Personally, I would not go wireless because of the loss of quality. Running the wires was not a big deal, but it took a little bit of thinking, and was time consuming. It took two of us most of a day to get it done. There are still a few fine-tuning details that I'll add to the installation, but it is really nice as-is. Overall, this was a very fun and satisfying project.
OMG, the Silver Streak is Sold!
2006 SMB EB45ish.
5.4L, QuadVan 4x4
Ready to Rumble!