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Hello,

I want to buy these things:

from: http://www.blackwidowav.com/

2.4Ghz 1000mw TX/RX Bare Components w/BLACK RECEIVER: $229

NTSC - KX121/115 SuperWide Color CCD camera: $99

12v 500ma regulated power supply: $13

2.4Ghz 8dbi circular polarized patch antenna: $44

And is it a good configuration I choose?

Or I should add or exclude something.

Thank you.

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I'm creating a plane with Canon Eos 1D Mark II mounted on it.

I must see where i'm flying and what photo camera shooting at one time.

So I need two camera system. What i must use?

2.4Ghz 1000mw TX/RX Bare Components w/BLACK RECEIVER: $229

2.4Ghz 1000mw TX/RX Bare Components w/BLACK RECEIVER: $229

NTSC - KX121/115 SuperWide Color CCD camera

NTSC - KX121/115 SuperWide Color CCD camera

2.4Ghz 8dbi circular polarized patch antenna

2.4Ghz 8dbi circular polarized patch antenna

12v 500ma regulated power supply

12v 500ma regulated power supply

Or is another way to do the same?

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Does your digicam have a video out? If yes, use a video multiplexer to switch from one source to another! Of course if you can afford not to see both at the same time...

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OK, of course that's not cool. But you could still use 2 cameras and only one TX/RX system using the video mux...

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Yes! And i will do so. Thank you for help!

So i will use:

2.4Ghz 1000mw TX/RX Bare Components w/BLACK RECEIVER:is it a right decision or I must buy something else?

2x:NTSC - KX121/115 SuperWide Color CCD camera

2.4Ghz 8dbi circular polarized patch antenna

12v 500ma regulated power supply

and what video multiplexer do you advice? it will be controlled by servo?

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There are a few different ones on this site, but they are DIY and you need some electronics skills and hardware do make them... is it the case?

I think you will have what you need, but you still have to think about how to power the onboard part...

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Petra, I have made some video multiplexers for blackwidowav. He is not advertising them on his site as they are still in beta testing but they would work great for you application. Right now he has one that will do 2 or 3 cameras using an extra channel on your R/C transmitter.

Matt Klarich

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