Hi, I'm presuming if you've used your copter in a dual operator setup you'll be aware of the limitations of only having one camera - that it can't both be looking where the copter is flying and where your camera operator wants to film. It's a shame this seems to have been missed from the Inspire 1 - perhaps it was a cost consideration, but either way that's where we are. Or is it? Seems like DSLR media pros worked this out a while ago and hence why they've got this upgrade: http://www.dslrpros.com/buy-services/dslrpros-inspire-1-fpv-upgrade.html However, not being in the US and not having $750 to spare, I was wondering if anyone had any ideas how to recreate this - I've got a micro camera... A friend suggested this: http://www.spektrumrc.com/Products/Default.aspx?ProdId=SPMVA1100 Which looks like you could just put the whole thing in the nose cone and drill a hole for the camera. However, I don't know if you guys have taken the nose off your Inspire, but it looks like there's a spare port there - anyone got any ideas what this is for or if it could power a camera / transmitter / what the voltage might be. Thanks!