Hey Guys, I'm trying to research FPVs and I just feel like information is just way too scattered across forums (I really think Admins should make some 'Sticky' Topics where things like FPV, links to tutorials, etc, are contained to Single threads,but thats for another topic) I am quite new to my P2, having it for about 3 weeks now, only really getting to fly it on the weekends. From my own research, I've honed down to two choices (I am using my own 'terms' just do differentiate the two paths...don't let that confuse you, I'm just doing it so I can associate identities with my options) Anything else you guys can add to the Pros/Cons or just from experience would be greatly appreciated!! There also might be things that I'm missing from my lists that I should consider as well. -- DJI Method - utilizing accessories that directly work with the P2 CAN-Bus HeliPal Method - getting a basic 'general' bundle that will work with the P2, but doesn't necessarily utilize any of its specific features. “DJI" Method (total $527.95 via Drones Etc): * AVL58 *http://dronesetc.com/collections/ba...-8ghz-wireless-video-transmitter-and-receiver * $209 via Drones Etc * iOSD mini * http://dronesetc.com/collections/batteries-parts-accessories/products/dji-iosd-mini * $69 * Black Pearl Monitor (I’m just going with the monitor from Drones Etc, for simplicity) *http://dronesetc.com/collections/batteries-parts-accessories/products/black-pearl-7-fpv-lcd-monitor * $249.95 * PROS: * Uses built-in DJI supported connections * does not require extra wiring/saudering (AFAIK) * CONS * $130 more expensive than the Helipal method * does not include a mount for the RC (AFAIK) “HeliPal / 3rd Party” Method (total $398) * HeliPal Deluxe FPV Kit * http://www.helipal.com/storm-all-in-one-fpv-combo-deluxe.html * $329 * iOSD mini * http://dronesetc.com/collections/batteries-parts-accessories/products/dji-iosd-mini * $69 * PROS * Cheaper * CONS * Uses extra wires/connections — more can go wrong * extra cables connecting to GoPro * doesn’t utilize the P2 connections made for connecting FPV The Phantom 2 Manual suggests the following wiring: So In the above diagram, you are utilizing the CAN-Bus connector / cables already provided by DJI, which I guess could be considered the DJI Recommended method. This would require no cabling to the GoPro, but utilizes everything already setup in the Phantom. Current Conclusion: It feels like the DJI method may be more stable, but I really don’t know. It could be worth the extra money to do it, but maybe that $130 could be better spent on some other equipment that I haven’t thought of yet? Thanks guys!