Over on YouTube user Evariste Okcestbon has uploaded a video showing his simple pocket DATV system that consists of a LimeSDR running on a Raspberry Pi Zero transmitting live camera images via DATV which is received by an RTL-SDR running on a Raspberry Pi 3.
If you didn't already know, DATV stands for Digital Amateur Television and is a digital mode somewhat similar to digital over the air TV signals that can be used by hams for transmitting their own TV signals on the ham bands. The LimeSDR Mini is a $139 US transmit and receive capable SDR that is currently crowdfunding and available for pre-order on Crowdsupply. It is expected to ship at the end of February 2018.
Evariste uses a range of software packages on each Raspberry Pi. He writes the following in the video description:
Description of a minimal Digital Tv chain : Transmitter and Receiver.
Hardware used on Tx : PiZero,Picam,LimeSDR Mini
Hardware used on Rx : Raspberry Pi 2, RTL-SDR,Monitor
Software used on Tx : avc2ts,dvb2iq,limetx
Software used on Rx : rtl_sdr,leandvb,kisspectrum,ts2es,hello_video
Softwares available on https://github.com/F5OEO
Special Thx to G4GUO, F4DAV and LimeSDR
Evariste is also the author of Rpidatv which allows you to transmit DATV directly from the GPIO pins of a Raspberry Pi without the need for any transmit capable SDR.