Start capturing amazing aerial video with your multi-rotor frame and this roll/tilt camera mount! This mount is designed to fit twin-rail camera mount multi-rotor frames such as Bumblebee, Ideafly etc.
This camera mount offers you roll and tilt control of your on-board camera while flying. It is constructed from fiberglass and aluminum alloy offering rigidity while saving weight. The mounting points for the roll and tilt servos are pre-cut and will accommodate most mini/micro servos without modification.
All necessary hardware is included to install this mount to your frame. You will simply need to add your own mini/micro servos and camera.
Camera Mount Max Inner Width: 82mm
Camera Mount Max Inner Height: 44mm
Weight (inc. all hardware): 85g
this is a little big but works very well.it is very light and strong. well worth the price.Great light weight gimbal. Assembly results in a solid, sturdy unit that will hold a variety of cameras. There is a youtube video that helps see what each step of the process looks like.Gutes Produkt.
Leider keine Dmpfergummis mit dabei.
Kleiner Hammer zum zusammenbau bentigt.
Wie wird die GoPro 2 denn befestigt???it could have been better cut so you don't need a hammer. Could have provided instructions. Could have had other options for mounting and provide the rubber grommets for around the tubesA nice piece of kit! Pretty easy to put together. I use it on a Bumblebee quad and don't even have a GoPro but have modded it with some ply to fit a Sony CCD camera inside the GoPro hatch. Originally, I used plastic analogue servos to control it, but they started to get a bit old an jittery (pre-used). So splashed out on some Digital Metal Gear servos and WOW... It's smooth and does a good job!works well with naza liteI knew when I ordered this gimbal that it would be a challenge and it was. I was very impressed with the design and I'm sure it will perform quite well, but folks, it is a kit in every sense of the word. It reminded me of my childhood days when an airplane kit as a box of sticks, some tissue paper, and a picture of an airplane. The design is excellent, the material is very good, but there are two flaws. First, the slots are cut too small to accept the tabs they are supposed to receive. You must grab your jewelers file and 'dress' every joint. Second, the pivots are a bit tricky and just barely strong enough for the job. But HEY! - It only costs about eleven bucks and just requires a couple of three dollar micro servos to complete. How can you beat that? If you want perfect go get get a seventy dollar gimbal and some fancy motors for it. Personally, I enjoyed this build (about four hours) and I know it will provide results far, far beyond the eighteen bucks I put into it. It's a lightweight with a middleweight punch. If you're a hobbyist, this is you gimbal; if not you will have problems.Weight Warning!
If weight is a consideration for your multicopter be warned.
Specs. state (incl all hardware) = 86g
Warehouse window states = 128g
I just received mine and it weighs in at 118 gms. This is no lightweight gimbal.Looks ok but requires a lot of filing to get all components to fit. Would prefer to pay more for a better fit.facile il montaggio risultato discreto
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