A friend of mine gave me a DJI Phantom Vision as he did not use it anymore. Only problem with it was that the camera was broken. As I did not want to spend too much cash on this Vision (new camera is expensive), and as I still had a lot of RC stuff laying around I decided to try something new. Things I did. - Changed the original NAZA lite to a DJI NAZA M v2 - Added a DJI iOSD mini (for on screen display) - Changed the GPS/compass to the one that fits the NAZA M V2 ***** (back to original GPS and external compass) - Changed the original receiver to a Graupner MX-12 HoTT 2.4 Ghz receiver - Added a small (Sony 1/3" Super HAD CCD 600TVL) camera for FPV - Added a Skyzone 5.8G 200mW 32CH AV Transmitter As I would also like to do some videoing with it, I will be adding a gimbal and a SJCAM SJ4000 camera. The SJ4000 does also have direct video out, so I will be using this to feed the video TX (will remove the small Sony camera). The result: a DJI Phantom (Vision), controlled by a Graupner MX-12 HoTT with "true" FPV over 5.8 Ghz Needed to make a small "cut" in leg to feed the cable from the LED The new GPS / compass The inside.. Not much room to play with! Lot's of wires. Tha NAZA M V2 and Graupner receiver. The DJI power management unit. The DJI iOSD mini. Only 1081 grams (with battery) ** can get some more weight off if needed by removing the cases around the iOSD, Power management, GPS and cloverleaf antenna.