DJI Mavic Controller Mount
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This is a mount for the DJI Mavic Pro controller to allow it to use the RAM mount system (B size). It should work on the Spark too, but I'm not sure.
The mounting plate is a separate piece which allows for different mounting options if required. The dimensions for the plate if creating your own are:
Outer rectangle: 35.60mm square x 1.4mm thick
Inner rectangle: 29.60mm square x 2.0mm thick
My use case is to use it in Active Track mode whilst cycling, but I haven't tried it out on the bike yet. I'd recommend using a tether just in case it breaks.
Update 29/8/17: I've now included a plate with a GoPro style mount on it. This should work with any GoPro mounting setup.
Use whatever resolution you prefer. For the plate I've used 0.2mm and for the clamp I've used 0.1mm. I printed mine in PLA+ to allow some flex when inserting the controller. It's a tight fit so if the material is too rigid it's likely to snap.
Remove the supports and file the mounting plate so it will fit in the hole. Glue the plate in and add some foam (or similar) to the top clips to improve the hold and avoid scratching the controller when inserting it.
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