I was asked to help redesign the Z02 camera mount that BetaFPV had for their camera to fit the EOS1/2 cameras, many iterations with lots of collaboration we have finally settled on a mount that fits under the canopy, holds the camera, is adjustable, and doesn't interfere with the VTX and still fits the beta75x.
If you want adjust the camera angle further down or further up you will need to mod the canopy a little as it is not designed for adjustable angles.
The easiest way I have found to do that was to take the shaft of a soldering iron moving it in a circle until the camera lens fits through then keep moving it in a half circle in the direction you need to elongate the hole up or down for the angle then let it cool and use an exacto knife to pop off the curled up plastic.
Here is the canopy that I designed to go with the camera mount.
For best results print at 0.1mm - 0.15mm layer height and supports for the bottom.
Note: this will fit any Whoop style frame as long as the mounting holes are standard Whoop style, the only question is if the quad has enough power to handle the weight.
The camera and mount need an M2 screw 3mm long.
For the EOS1 I saw a video online that said that the main difference was that the eos1 doesn't have the screw mounts but they must have changed it at some point because mine does but I have seen pictures of the eos1 both ways.
Here is an adjustable mount for the stock Z02 camera.
I do not own a Beta6/75x, I made these for the community, please consider tipping to help me to continue making things for the community.
Shout out to Nick Burns for his help in testing these designs to make sure they fit/work, please subscribe to his youtube channel, it is full of great information and he is the fastest indoor pilot I have seen on youtube.