I finished installing a Halocam M1 on my 2015. Turned out great. The whole camera system seems really well built and I am happy with the purchase (so far). I am still waiting for an SD Card in the mail so I don't have any video yet, but the quality of the components, connection to phone, etc seem great.
Any questions, let me know.
I put the main unit under the front seat. It comes with a 12v to 5v adapter but I already have one with an unused USB lead so I ran it off that. It is run off switched power.
Starting to get a little crowded in there. I used about half the cable length they give you - which is better than too short, right? I did the best I could with the cable management. The cable runs along the bottom right side of the gas tank. I snaked a string through using a 3ft zip tie and pulled it through.
The screen turns off after 30 seconds. It is held in place with a magnetic mount that came with the kit. Secures enough to hold it, easy to release it.
The rear cam is attached to one of the bolts of the Givi mount. No issues there.
Note: In case you think the camera lens looks wierd - you're right. It has a decorate bezel around the lens that is light blue and makes the camera stand out so much. I popped the bezel off, coloured it black with a sharpie and glued it back in. From more than a foot away you can't notice it. Why wouldn't they make that black?
Now, the front cam. I wanted it as high as possible and discrete. The dash, behind the windshield was not an option as the view is blocked when the screen is raised up... so, next highest was the 'beak' at the front. I cut up and bend a piece of aluminum and fitted it in place.
I used some JB Weld to glue it in place and now it is solid as a rock.