Converting wired component video out signal to wireless?

So I have a camera that has a video component out jack. I want to make a wireless viewfinder by connecting a transmitter to the video out and then picking up the video with any 2.4ghz wireless video receiver.

I am looking for something as small as possible as I want to try to fit this into the camera casing. I do not mind if the signal only travels a few meters, the most important part is that the transmitter is small.

Anyone know of an existing transmitter that I could use? If not, can I use an xbee (possibly with an arduino) to make this work?

Anyone know of an existing transmitter that I could use?

NXP have a chip for a HDMI transmitter, the TDA998x and a demo board TDA19978 that uses it but that might be overkill for what you want.

can I use an xbee (possibly with an arduino) to make this work?

Sorry but no way, it's not fast enough by several orders of magnitude.

Component is tricky - is there a composite output?
I’ve seen some pretty small composite 2.4GHz transmitters.

Sorry it is actually composite, video only no audio, any links?

I am guessing I will need one of these?

http://www.mr-lee-catcam.de/pe_cc_o3_en.htm http://www.rangevideo.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=5 http://www.mr-lee-catcam.de/pe_cc_o3_en.htm

Lprs.co.uk

Thanks, that appears to be exactly what I need.

What do you guys recommend for an antenna, will a chip style antenna work at all? I want to keep the overall thickness as small as possible. Could I just use a wire if I don't want to much range?

Could I just use a wire if I don't want to much range?

There's no such thing as too much range.

You need to define the range you want, and what that antenna is for, exactly.