|I didn't shoot a lot of construction photos,
but I've taken a few completed pictures that I hope will clearly illustrate
what I accomplished. At the right is my 'old' setup, which has the
dc-dc converter at the center of a web of wires. This setup allows
a great deal of flexibility in mounting the system, but on the occasions
when I was mounting everything close together, I ended up with a lot of
bunched up wire.
|Here is the new configuration. The
dc-dc converter has been superglued to the back of the transmitter.
A 4 pin jack has been glued next to the dc-dc converter and this is where
the camera will plug in.
|From this angle you can sort of see the
connector used for the camera. The least obvious part of what I did
here was that I bent the Ground and Video Return pins on the jack down
until they touched the transmitter case and soldered them down. Click
the picture at right for a slightly better picture of the connector (not