This is a model for the base to make your own Paramotor/Paraglider Chase Camera. I included the Solidworks model if you want to adapt it to your camera (I made mine for the vast array of the cheap Amazon and Ebay action cams that are the same but come under different brand names.
I used 3/32 welding rod for the spars and sewed ripstop fabric for the cone.. but many different things can be used to achieve this result such as 3d printed parts or simple cloth glued to the spars. This part is up to you because I don't think many people would be willing to put in the time I did at the sewing machine sewing ripstop as it was a bit of a pain.
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Print SLOWLY in Nylon (I used Taulman 910) at the higher temperature range with no cooling fan, I recommend 101.5% scaling if you use 3/32nd wire for the spars.
Use a heatgun to heat the parts that attach to the camera mount. Because the layers are not in a favorable direction, it's very important that they are fully fused to give strength.
I cut 12" long sections of 3/32nd welding rod (any wire around between 1/16 and 3/32 will work). You may need to heat the end of the wire before inserting into the base so the wire fits in the hole.
My ripstop "triangles" start 3.75" from the mount at 2" wide They are 6" wide at the end and are about 8" long.