Yes it is me again, posting about the XBee and camera connection. If you don't already know my issue you can see here. I thought I was just going to use that jpg camera to take pictures and use them to make video for ARC Software. But I found a much more efficient way to send video feed from long distances, if you watch this video here.
Although these aren't the exact parts I am planning to use I am pretty sure I can go about it this way. I am still unsure if i should use audio to usb and connect it to my computer, or have a separate LCD screen to put beside my computer, to use as display.
The reason I have made a forum for this, though, is I want to know if you can connect the EZ-B camera through antenna to a similar transmitter? (might have to wire up an adapter from antenna to AV, unless they exist). I have found a transmitter that is quite small and affordable that can send video and audio as well as a camera with 640x480 that can connect to it. If the EZ-B camera can't connect to the transmitter I will just buy the camera, as for it also has 170 degree viewing angle, and is waterproof.
If anyone else finds a similar problem to the one I had, this would be the best solution, as for the setup will not cost much more than to buy the jpg camera and components.