I've been experimenting with mounting a Nokia Lumia 521 Windows Phone to the DJI Phantom. The camera is excellent, but until I get my anti-jello mount, the jello is way too much for the on-board camera. However, I decided to test the FPV capabilities of the phone mounted as is, with the Nokia phone tied to the drone's GoPro mount with shoelaces and buffered by a little moongel. I shot two FPV videos, both recorded using a screen capture program from the PC's Skype client. One uses Skype with Wifi, and the other uses the TMobile 4G network. Basically, you just call any Skype user with a video call before you fly the drone. Here is the Wifi video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCNItYSux4w Here is the TMobile 4G network video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtYS924hNE4 Soon I will have built my DronePhone Windows Phone 8 application, which will provide real-time tracking of the drone's GPS position, heading, speed, and GPS altitude through the 4G data network, wherein you will be able to follow the real-time progress of the drone on a webpage while simultaneously sending back FPV video or recording 720p video. This should be done by the end of August. I'll have a website up soon, but you can look on the DronePhone YouTube page for other videos, like testing of the little Dice HD camera, etc.