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I recently installed a 10mw transmitter and CMOS micro camera on a rubber-band powered plane of mine (the system ended up being a little heavy which, for now, is beside the point) and I am encountering some difficulty with the stability of the video. For some reason, I can't seem to get a static/interference free image for more than a second or two at a time.

I have attached a jpeg which shows the layout of the system (incidentally the plane ended up being extremely tail heavy). The battery I used is 3.7 volt Li-ion with around 200 mah current. The battery is powering both the transmitter and the camera simultaneously. Could this be the culprit?

Also, a video sample can be viewed at: http://www.williamwhited.com/FPVhelp.html

I thank you so much for your time and willingness to help!

William Whited

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The video looks normal to me. You will always get breaks in the picture when walking about indoors.

Are you sure it's powered by 1 3.7v cell ? seems a bit low to me. Some transmitters are 3.3v but I don't know of any 3.3v cameras.

Terry

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