An Eachine 5802 S screen, and a mini aomway 5.8 GHz switchable 25-200mW transmitter (ordered on banggood).
It took so installed the transmitter on the drone. For this I realized a socket a JST Doubler in Y to power transmitter and the nacelle. It is necessary also recovered the video signal that comes out of the carrycot. I used some old piece of electronics that I connected to the video output of the gondola cable.
I then set the transmitter to the chassis through a small cube in 3D and cirflex so that it fits well.
Finally I had also ordered a collapsible gps support, because the fixed being awkward for the transport. After much washing the foot screw thread
then I print the room using a 3D printer, and I have fix the upper plate of the nacelle with screws that I put in the holes (before drilling required).
I have after to insert the small end rubber of the carrycot in the plate attached to the bracket.
Here is the rendering of the nacelle mounted on the piece with a hero 3.
to attach the block to the drone I use Scotch 3 m VH (the one provided with the naza).
I then drill holes to the inside of the part print 3D to spend of the circlex connect them below an additional plate added to the drone.
Set the plate to the drone I used for cirflex by pass inside the chassis of the drone and pressing the plate on a small red cube (also printed in 3D) and on the foot of the drone (foot fixed dji). Red cubes are there to do not bend the plate, the model is available in the thingiverse link at the top.
The whole gives a solid result and the carrycot may not fall but it makes it a bit too high, it hits the ground when it is in operation. See article on the on the foot to correct removing her.