Yes I use a third party gimbra transmitter solution that has a 5.8 ghz transmitter to send back real-time from the Flirvue Pro 336 sensor. Receiver is a Flysight monitor. A Bluetooth controller lets me control the camera, two axis, change three configured color pallets and start/stop the camera. Feel free to PM me and I’ll provide more details. I actually need to move up to an XT so willing to let setup go cheap if interested
Yeh Editor is correct. Several companies out there. Tony from SUas.com also makes one. The XT needs different craft. Yes this setup is half the cost of an I1 with an XT, but it has its limitations. It all depends on what your business needs are. That’s why I offered to share my number and talk to you if you PM me. Just don’t want to see someone else make the same mistake I made. It’s not that this type of solution is a bad choice. It all depends what you end game is. It just doesn’t fit my current needs
Are you guys doing home thermal inspections with the Flir cameras? I'm ignorant as to business opportunities that Flir provides. It appears as if the Flir equipment is as much or more as a fully loaded I2 but is there an open market for Flir pilots? Just looking for a little education as to how Flir can be a revenue stream for a drone pilot.
I use a Flir VUepro640 and gimbal from dronexpert.nl which after some "tweaks" works very well even using the I2 battery. Not integrated with the DJI digital link but very useful up to 1km away ( line of sight without trees).