I’m old school… so I stick to a vm275t … has more than its rated 25mw power output and I got used to the extra range.
My canopies do not require a mulleted camera… but they do require an antenna going back at 90 degrees orientation. To accomplish this, I put some double sided tape on my bench and plant the camera onto it lens down. Then I take a soldering iron and apply it sideways and horizontal to the bench on the ground plane of the antenna. As the solder liquifies, I bend the antenna back 90 degrees using the tip of the iron as a fulcrum to ensure the bend point is in the right place and antenna is still contacting the ground area on the post. I remove the iron while holding a little downwards pressure on the antenna tip and the ground solder usually solidifies back not requiring any additional to be added. Hope you can kind of picture that.
Alternatively you can just physically bend it but that stresses the shielding and can lead to an early failure or by clash has some cameras that have a smaller antenna wire or even a ufl. There are also plenty of already mulleted cameras out now too.
Head over to the file section of my brushless boss thread for a sweet lightweight camera mount that works well under the canopies too.