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  1. Hi Terry I will take some photos to post, very ordinary even though in a past life I was a pipefitter using lead,would you belive. This is the first time I have soldered Galvanise so a bit messy on the back plate.( bit over confident I should have had a practice on some scrap ) front plate OK We were getting ramdom flashes in almost the form of horizontal lines but never lost picture. Regards Jeff
  2. Following cam man's instructions and not unconsiderable help from Terry I have constructed my first patch. I cut out the shapes no problem but finding a connector was another matter the one used in cam mans plans is, I belive, unobtainable in single quantities so I opted for a 'Solder SMA stub panel jack captive' item 295 6315 from the RS componants list UK and a plug - plug connector. Spaced the plate to 5mm using pieces of upvc I AM going to buy a good system ,honest!, but we have been playing with cheapo Hong Kong sets we have a 1.2 and a 100mw 2.4 gh. Did it work? My Grandson a
  3. Thanks for the reply that is probadly where I will end up. I did want to send the pulse from the TX so it could be switched off or varied Regards ( I wish I knew what I was doing) Jeff
  4. I have recently got in to AP and want to move toward FPV however I am quiet happy with AP currently using a chip modified aiptek sd for stills and edvr for video. I bought two premier 3081s < 4 oz with battery cameras and rigged one with a servo it took quite nice photos at 3 MP but I have been spoilt by the aiptek's ability to be set on auto, taking photos every 4 seconds or so while I concentrate on flying the plane. I understand that I could probably modify the 3081 camera using a PIC chip however I would prefer to modify the TX to transmit a on/off pulse say every 4 seconds. Mo
  5. stunning video I have been reading this thread and track your other posts. I have got to try this well done
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