Hey guys, I have been asked to post a build thread on my current build involving a second pilot camera for the DJI inspire 1 with headtracking functionality. I also thought I'd post it for future google searches, and members of this forum. This is what I have so far for my build, I'll post the other stuff as it shows up in the mail. I'll be problem solving as I go, so I'll im sticking to listing what I have so far. 1) Gopro tripod mount and other misc mounts I had laying around $10 -walmart 2) Fatshark Dominator HD's with headtracking module $550 new I bought used - Thanks Turbodronepilot! 3) Scotch 10LB double sided tape. Looks like gopros, grey and red tape- walmart $5 4) Fatshark tilt/pan servo assembly with fatshark 600tvl camera mounted. -bought from local dealer but you can find them on Hobbyking for around $50 The other stuff on the way will be mounted to the inspire as well. My goal is to make everything removable and have it fit in the stock travel case it came with. I've seen a lot of people do a build, or mount a camera inside the nose cone but I wanted to keep everything external as my compass is already sensitive enough as is. Anyways, this setup does not have to headtrack! you can use any other camera that will fit on the gopro arms. In order for the headtracking to work, I'll have to be have the dominators plugged into my DX8, and have a small receiver on board the inspire along with the other micro transmitters, battery, and antenna. The camera setup comes off easily for travel or storage, as you just remove a wingnut on the small gopro arm. Everything completely clears the props, even when the camera is tilted, and its entering flight mode. With this setup, I'll still be able to use the map feature from my tablet, while the camera operator gets the shots.