Portable Streaming Cam

Hello...
I'm an electrical contractor in Florida and I would like to be a 2nd pair of eyes from the office. One of my hobbies is RC flight and I have quad that has a (removable) tiny wide angle, 720P camera that could easily be mounted to a rim of a company hat.  I also have a portable hot spot that I recently used to live stream my wedding with and it worked flawlessly. It could easily720Cam-hotspot fit in a cell phone holster on someone's side.
I would like to combine these with the addition of 2 way audio to be a completely sufficient A/V streaming device. Also maybe even having its own client app.
I see that Amazon has a large selection under the search term "camera module".

What are my options or what is my best option?
A_AmericanELectricAsked:
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KimputerCommented:
By having a working solution, but need to expand the audio, you get two separate things that are hard to merge together. A full new solution would be more prudent.

GoPro Hero combined with Livestream app for iOS (So it means, Android is out of the picture)

Or just any mobile phone with the appropriate app that suits your needs (either Meerkat/Periscope/Google Hangouts/etc etc etc)
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A_AmericanELectricAuthor Commented:
I bought the gopro hero 3 silver but having hard time finding that app
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A_AmericanELectricAuthor Commented:
Ok so I see where you are going with this but there's a couple of major hurdles.
1.  I need a live feed that would work over  A distance of several miles .
2.  I basically want to strap a body can to the employee but I want to do it in a hat and a gopro is way too heavy for that
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A_AmericanELectricAuthor Commented:
I should've checked the link 1st. I am somewhat familiar with Livestream and that does have it covered for the distance. Now for the equipment issue...
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KimputerCommented:
A GoPro might be too heavy for a hat. Just take a look at this first and decide if you really need a hat, or if this option can be combined with the hat:  http://shop.gopro.com/EMEA/mounts/head-strap-plus-quickclip/ACHOM-001.html
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