I was about to ask if packeting the data and receiving the specific packet will do any change, but it would be to noisy since video transmition will transmit image data more than 10x per second, even if both the transmitter and receiver are at the same distance(just few cm).
I could use the 35MHz for control then 2.4GHz for video but 35MHz RF IC is bad when it comes to custom RC builds, from what I saw from my availability, it offers only four buttons, forward, backward, left, and right. No place for gizmos like landing lights, strobe lights, retractable landing legs, etc.
On the other hand, using 2.4GHz for control can have more freedom for customization. Nrf24lo1 and hc05 can be tinkered with arduino, and arduino can be programmable then hc05 will act just like a gate letting in and letting out data. But for my video, 5.8GHz is needed, which is common for fpv. It could work but not financially. Fpv can cost up to 40$(Php 2,000) for both transmitter and receiver.
So its either sacrifice my freedom for customization or sacrifice my video. Also its worth mentioning that the 35MHz transmitter is not enought to control a drone. Collective/throttle, cyclic/roll/pitch, antitorque/yaw.