My 2016 Wildcat 295rsx came with the Furrion Backup Camera installed and it works OK for backup and a little ok for montoring the rear while driving. The issue is the angle for being a good backup camera is not the same angle you would want for a rear view driving camera. You can go up the ladder and change it if you like, but I just left it for backup.
What I did see as a need was to have a second camera paired on the receiver for use while hitching. It would be nice to be able to switch to camera 2 while hitching/unhitching.
The simplest solution is to buy the identical camera from Furrion. It took me awhile to find it but here it is:
Backup camera with mounting bracket - FURRION
It's for sale at the furrion.com site but you need to use the search on their site to find item # FCA48TABK-BL which is the sku for a second camera that includes the mounting bracket. The price is $79.95 but if you register for their newsletter, they immediately apply a 10% off discount. It's shipped for free so it ends up costing you $71.95 to your door.
I plan to mount mine somewhere in the truck bed or if can see thru the back window, then I'll mount in the cab. I'll need to figure out where to pull the 12v power.