DJi Mavic Pro Camera mount for GoPro, Gear 360, Ricoh Theta & LG 360 Cam
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[ Disclaimer You have to turn off the downward sensors to use this mount. If you want to use the downward sensors (and Tripod mode) you can get the commercial version here : https://www.shapeways.com/product/7YSREJWVH ]
This is a basic mount to fit any camera with a screw hole at the bottom to the Mavic Pro.
I tried :
- GoPro 5 Session & Hero
- Samsung Gear 360 (model 2016 & 2017)
- LG 360
- Ricoh Theta S 360
- LUME LED light
- Samsung Gear S7 with FLiR One
You can use a 1/4" bolt or a camera screw to attach the cameras as shown in the video here below :
After turning off the bottom sensors it flies perfectly stable (if not it'll just keep gaining height).
Here's a quick test video :
You can find the Camera screw here :
It should be a 1/4" (0.63mm) bolt but I'm using a European M6 (0.6mm) bolt which isn't 100% the same but works for me.
I tried to use longer bolts but they made the Mavic unstable and started shaking. The longest bolt cause a 'Magnetic Interference' error.
You can use this camera plate screw as well as shown in the video :
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