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Yes. That is why I bought it. Worked like a charm.
By Ricky L Boucher JR on April 24, 2018
Yes it will work 1 2 but not 3
By Larry H. on April 21, 2018
If your case has the GoPro mount you can attach it without using that bottom holder.
By Jon A. on April 2, 2018
I'm not sure about the Hero. It works with the GoPro Hero 4 Black though. I would like to add the weight of the GoPro Hero 4 Black & Gimble dramatically decreases X8C battery life.
By JB0269 on March 10, 2018
Takes about 30 minutes to install on phantom 2. There are no instructions so look at pics. The 2 bolts that hold the bracket to the bottom plate seem too short, I would recommend longer bolts with locknuts. Also the Sjcam 4000 will not work on this mount camera is about 1/4" too deep.
By arthur on February 17, 2018
No, the camera is to big for the gimbal.
By Darkshadow on February 9, 2018
Of course, it will, it will fit anything with enough space to mount, and enough lift to carry it and a camera, However, the DJI Phantom III Proffessional comes with a 12 mp camera mounted on a stabilized gimble assy, far superior to this whisch is stationary and non motorized.......just do some research....
By Tim W. on February 8, 2018
You'll have to fill in the gaps (foam will work) to get a snug fit. The bracket holds a GoPro which is HxW 1.6"x1.2". The Anex is 1.32"x.97". So you'll have a little more than 1/4" (.28) gap at the top and a little less (.23) on the back. You could also ditch the bracket completely and use the holding screw to atta… see more You'll have to fill in the gaps (foam will work) to get a snug fit. The bracket holds a GoPro which is HxW 1.6"x1.2". The Anex is 1.32"x.97". So you'll have a little more than 1/4" (.28) gap at the top and a little less (.23) on the back. You could also ditch the bracket completely and use the holding screw to attach a native Anex mount I would think. see less
By Richard on February 9, 2018
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January 24, 2018
I got this and immediately saw how all the pieces fit together, but having built an Alien X-Mode 450 drone from he ground up, this was super easy in comparison. The damper grommets are superb for isolating certain frequencies of vibration that NTSC cameras are sensitive to, they are both sturdy and more secure than I am accustomed to. I fly a 2.5lbs quad with emax 2216/810kv motors swinging 12x4.5" propellers on 3s for filming and 4s for more acrobatic movements, and previously I had a problem with jello in 30hz and 60hz. Not anymore though, even considering the only change I made was to mount my Hero 4 Session on this"cost effective" gimbal... and voilà, it's gone. Not sure how a different gimbal made that much difference, but my money is on the grommets. Oh, and go posterity, I had to use 4 brass standoffs to make sure the gimbal cleared my landing gear and frame, but again it was super easy for me.
January 19, 2018
Got this for a Syma X8C. This does not fit/mount to the X8C without being creative or modifying the UAV. Not going into detail but I got creative and mounted it to my X8C. I was extremely surprised at the quality of video (Hero 4 Black) I was able to obtain, no jello even though I expected a little. I only had the gimbal on a short time though. I had difficulty controlling a safe decent with the gimbal and GoPro mounted and was worried about damage to my camera. The X8C has plenty to lift it but once the X8C starts down it is hard to go back up. Might have too much weight with my "creative" mount. I haven't seen anyone else with X8C's with my issue. The gimbal itself is of good quality. However, It comes with NO instructions.
January 18, 2018
Before I got this, I had attached my camera to my drone with velcro, which works alright. It added a bit of shake to the video on top of the movement of the drone. With this, it removed the added shake quite well while keeping the camera fairly steady. The parts weren't difficult to put together though the pivot portion doesn't really tighten as well as I would like. The top portion is carbon fiber and the arm that comes down is aluminium. The back plate for the camera is also carbon fiber. It holds the camera snugly and works well for what it was made for.
By J. Williams
November 11, 2017
I ordered this to install a camera on my Phantom 2. It works, but there are a few reasons why I gave it four stars instead of 4 or 5. For one thing, the item I received is not as pictured. The photos show two identical plates for the top and bottom. Instead, mine has one of the plates pictured and another solid plate with a lot of holes in it. Unfortunately, this plate even though it has a bunch of holes, does not have 4 that line up with the mounting holes on the bottom of the Phantom 2. The other plate, like the ones pictured here, does however have matching holes, so I had to mount it to the quad and use the solid plate on the bottom. The plate I have on the bottom now does not have the slots pictured here, which could come in handy for strapping a camera to the plate if you wanted to. The second thing is, the plastic tightening screw is hard to get tight enough to hold the camera at the correct angle, and once you do it is hard to get loosened up. I subbed a little bit heavier screw that i had that has a knurled knob on the end that allows it to be adequately tightened, but is still easy to loosen. Other than these things, the mount works well, and does what it needs to do. Video shot with the mount on my Phantom 2 are extremely steady with no jello or vibration. Be aware though that this depends a lot on the quadcopter and prop balance...if you have a lot of vibrations, this mount or any other one cannot eliminate them all. One plus is that it comes with a complete set of hardware, (screws, nuts, etc.) to mount it to your quad, even though they are not shown in the ad listing. Overall, I'm pretty satisfied with it for now.
November 1, 2017
The product arrived in an air sealed bag with no instructions so you must reference the photos to get it right but it's pretty straight forward. The rubber shock absorbers are super sturdy and better quality than stock DJI ones. My only concern is for the GoPro to slip out of the bracket because there is no side walls just a solid back and bar that runs down the middle to the front. However, I did not buy this product for a GoPro, rather I am rigging my 360 Fly camera instead of the GoPro bracket and it works great. I will have to invest in some longer legs now or come up with a different solution but overall for the price, this is well worth it! Professional Review, Tubbs Media Productions (...)
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