Vidroc Swinger and Flippa
After designing the Vidroc 808 BT-50 Nose Cone mount my friend Evan Curtis said "Hey this should swing down when recovering" and thus the 'Curtis Swing' was born. (but simply called "Swinger" here)
Designed to work with most 808 cameras these nose cones also allow the camera to flip or swing to look down towards the ground when they're under chute.
The Swinger uses a short piece of filament as the axle and the Flippa uses a segment of paperclip.
The Flippa does require a small screw (like a servo mounting screw) to stay in the camera sled.
The Fippa nose cone pretty much needs supports to print properly (or maybe tilt it back a little)
- The Flippa camera sled has a small lip that tucks into the BT50 to hold the camera in place during launch.
Here are the Fusion 360 files
Swinger BT 50
Swinger BT 60
Flippa BT 50
If you build and fly one of these PLEASE link video in the comments!