I'm going to be flying my P2 with a GoPro and Zenmuse H3-3D system and I'll be using a Sony RX100 too. The full story is here http://www.phantompilots.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=10784&p=113044#p113044 As a photographer, I'm leaning strongly towards this FPV gear http://www.studiosport.fr/lunettes-video-monoculaire-pirateeye-pack-complet-p-2193.html. This is the 'Pro system' with two sets of glasses (clear and tinted) but you get the idea in English at http://www.fpvhobby.com/184-pirate-eye-lcd-goggle.html and http://www.1001copters.com/en/monocular-video-glasses/87-hobby-set-pirateye.html I've read some good stuff here http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1694221 And I've taken the liberty of copying and pasting a couple of other forum posts as below: ________________________________________________________________ "I ordered a Pirate Eye in a desperate attempt to make our pilot's life a bit easier and to get better aerial shots in return. The main problem for the pilot was that he was at no point able to judge distances adequately and framing shots perfectly flying line of sight only. Our camera operator's ground station wasn't helping, as the pilot had to stand close by and look him over the shoulder every now an then to see the live-footage. So here's our two cents wrapped up in a little review: We ordered the "hobby version", as the pro version wasn't available. Not a big deal, as the only difference is that the pro version has both the smokey and the clear glasses and comes in a case. In detail, our version came with the smokey glasses with the display and video adaptor attached, a nylon pouch, a cleaning cloth and a small goody bag containing an allen wrench, distance pieces for the monocular, a neck strap and spare rubber rings for attaching the video cable to the glasses. The overall quality of the set is great and IMHO justifies the price of around 400 Euros. If I look at the overall price of our aerial platform, this is peanuts... but as I said, that's just my personal opinion. On to the important stuff: We only had the chance to try the Eye twice over the weekend for a couple of hours, but were initially pleased with the results. Setup is hassle free, the glasses fit perfectly and the display gave us crispy live-video out of a Canon 650D. Our initial worries that the tiny monitor might fog-up as it frequently happens with closed systems like the Fatshark due to a lack of ventilation fortunately weren't confirmed. However, we have yet to try it under warm and humid conditions... Flying was a breeze and we could see that the pilot's confidence got a boost. While maintaining a steady line of sight at most times looking straight ahead, he could easily look down at the display and frame shots precisely. For us that's a huge plus, as we are currently flying a no-pan-gimbal and all pans have to be done by the pilot... I know this might sound a bit over-enthusiastic, but if a product caters perfectly to my needs, I'm more than happy to help promote it a bit. Especially when it's coming from a small niche company. Just a final note to finish this up: The pirate eye is not made for FPV-flying. If you want to immerse yourself, buy a Fatshark or similar. If you are, however, into aerial video and photography, give the Eye a chance and try it out. Hope that helps!" ____________________________________________ "Had a chance to use the Pirate eye system for two different shoots this past weekend. I love them... maybe the eyeTops were just that bad, but the picture is so much clearer and so much easier to adjust to my eyes as they actually have adjustments. Just wish they came with a shoulder bag like the eyetops did. Would recommend these to anyone who wants to see their rig and frame shots at the same time. In fact, I'll most likely be selling the eyetops here soon"