I couldn't find a good way to mount the 600TVL camera onto the quad with zip ties. This little mount does the trick. The screws on the back of the camera hold it in place.
Slight tweaking will likely be needed to get this to be a nice tight fit. It should go around the spacers fairly snug and top and bottom plate should hold it in place. My printer printed the inside too undersized so I opened it up with a 13/64 drill bit, this makes for a nice snug fit.
The mount is vertically offset as the camera will not (comfortably) fit between the top and bottom plates of the quad. Thus the camera is pushed out in front of the bottom plate and slightly down (0.5mm) to provide clearance for the top plate. It is easy to see when printed.
I printed with 2 perimeters at 80% fill with support. The yellow (lite version) was printed without supports. So depending on your machine you may be able to get by without supports.
At this point in testing I would recommend using the "Lite" version as it has some additional improvements over the Full version. Also it has proven to hold up quite well in crashes, the full version is likely stronger though...so if you crash lots that is probably the version for you!
- 80% infill
- 2 shells
- Lite model should not need support
Both were printed with the model sitting vertically on the build surface. I would not recommend you lay it down as it would require more support to print.
The pieces that go around the spacers are 5mm and it's assumed that they will be slightly undersized thus the relief areas. However I found that my printer prints a little more undersized and ended up using a drill bit (13/64 or 5.15mm) to open up the holes. Because of the flexible nature of the ABS this still left me with an undersized hole but it was just right and fit very snug.
The "Lite" version also has a slight undercut on the top which prevents it from pushing up on the top plate. Thus all the pressure should be on the bolt columns to hold it in place.