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gcardinal

DJI Phantom anti-jello GoPro-mount

by gcardinal May 21, 2013
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You are the MAN! Really nice design. Printing....

Excellent design. I replaced another design with this one and it works wonderfully. Additionally, it reduced my flight weight by 3oz that upped my flight stability and time. THX

Somebody is selling these on eBay in violation of the licence. See http://goo.gl/QOFqVK

Thank you for heads-up! I have changed license to public domain -

Is there anyway I can get in touch with you to retrieve the original cad file you had? I would like to integrate this piece into another piece but I cannot get the stl file to import into my software. How would I go about retrieving your original cad file?

This is an excellent design. It took my Phantom footage from a nausea-inducing shakefest to something comparable to a professional rig. Thank you for taking the time to create and share this object.

Wow. This is axactly what I was looking for. I designed mine by just jamming noise cancelling ear plug foam between the mount and the gopro but this is way more elegant.

Nice design...well done.

What size are the o-rings you are using?

Thanks.

Hi,

thanks! I used o-rings with 8 to 9mm on the inner diameter (11-12 on the outer diameter). But as posted by dex101 rubber-bands is also a good solution. It should be firmly in place with minimal movement so that the inner part dont easily hits outer (mounted) part.

Best of luck

Hi,

nice simple and lightweight version of a vibration damper.
How shaky is the cam hanging on the O-rings? You got some footage?

Thx for sharing!

Here is a short video (ending with a crash):
https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10201164812740361https://www.facebook.com/video...

It can be extremly stable it all depends on what o-rings you use and you can make it even better by adding 2 big orings around the midle part going under the lower part. I will post a pic of that.

Nice, thx for the feedback!