Extending @Uwe's comment:
You would not reach 100 km up using a simple weather balloon. From Wikipedia:
"The altitude record for an unmanned balloon is 53.0 kilometres (173,882 ft), reached with a volume of 60,000 cubic metres."
Thus, the only currently feasible way to get the cam into the space using rockets.
Small, sub-orbital rockets could be quite cheap, but as far I know, they are not very widely used. They are obviously cheap only in cost/launch, and not in cost/weight .
Building a rocket is also a no-go in your case.
The most likely option in your case, if you buy place on a nanosatellite launch. The likely price will be about $\approx$ $1000/kg.
Doing that, plus developing the radio communication and the satellite itself makes even so unfeasible to optimize your project around your cam - but at least it is possible.