How can you connect an LCD screen to a YSB001 (MD80 rip-off) camera so you can see what you are filming? Answered
When you film with a good video camera, you can usually see what you are filming by looking at the LCD / viewfinder...
but I have bought one of those very cool, tiny cameras that cost about £10, can be bought on eBay and which come from Hong Kong
But in return for being tiny, it does not have any kind of viewfinder.
I bought mine to experiment with fixing it to my hang glider/microlight to film flights. I figure I can, by trial and error, work out what the actual field of view/ frame is
but I'd much prefer to be able to set up my camera with a monitor of some kind (perhaps using my mobile phone camera?)
Better still, I would like to be able to monitor the camera all through the flight (perhaps be able to move the mount remotely?)
Is there a simple method for achieving this or do I need to do electronics?