Should be no problem
Is this the craft “
Wingspan: 27.5" (696mm)
Wing Area: 241 sq. in.
Length: 33" (838mm)
All-up weight: 31oz (880g)
Battery: 4s (14.8V) 1300mAh LiPo”
Seeems fair bit of weight for small batt , but it’s also a wing most of the time ?
A) yes , a runcam swift 2 or foxeer arrow 2 or 3 would also show battery voltage on screen. CMOS are also making a comeback.
B) a 2.1 lens gives those slightly fish eye yet pleasingly broad views. 2.8 will give bit more detail.
C) the above cams have wdr , often needs switching on in menu
D) either ir blocked or not.
E) yes a separate batt for vtx and cam is good. If not a simple dc-dc voltage step down / buck / regulator.
Yes stay legal and safe !
There are dongles that plug into phones that display fpv image.
My advice would be a cheap starters pack of ;
All in one cam and vtx , small mah batt to power it ( think the all in ones are often 1s)
Will give an idea of fpv for (sorry £) £20 rather than the £45 for cam vtx and antenna.
The receiver part ,
a) 5” screen on phone with dongle ?
(Poss a bit poor)
b) actual vrx receiver unit - screen , (about 6”) (diversity)antenna , auto search
(Poss much better than phone , about £75?)
I have one that with an ezcap plays image to larger laptop screen. Ends up with significant delay but ok.
c) goggles. Steady on these for the moment.
Be good to have a colleague to assist for a bit , but imagine the craft you have is self stable , and can hover and all that ?
Obviously you need to be able to return craft to landing site in case of video failure.
Anything else just ask
Sorry for delay in reply - guess your specific craft unknown to many - but they all fly / and can film !
( note - before long you will feel the need to record your images … more research !)