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Have you tried viewing on another monitor, and connecting the camera directly to the display you used for that capture (without wireless stuff)?

Ususally that sort of tearing comes from bad video level setting on the TX/RX, but here the image being nice (no white saturation etc) I would rather aim for something on the camera or monitor.

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this is a typical result of:

too little value capacitors in series with the video line,

some use 100uF but 470uF will perform much better.

you can also see this problem if the powersupply if bad,

simply add 1000uF to all items + and - lines one at a time

to isolate and see what happens.

also take a voltmeter and check all is within spec

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