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HelicopterAerial Photography and Video › Nikon D-70 fitted into m1 Mount
03-31-2005 08:36 AM  13 years agoPost 1
blazek

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Had to reverse the mount to fit the camera!!!!!!! loool some times i am having problems with my enthousiams because i am acting and thinking very stupid!!!! lol

http://www.doc.com.gr/uploads/DSC00625.jpg

http://www.doc.com.gr/uploads/DSC00626.jpg

http://www.doc.com.gr/uploads/DSC00628.jpg


some briefing here pls

the servo that this mount has are 360 any info of how to avoid that????
the hole to the plate how should i drill it??? take the plate out and drill it or as it is ???

i will come with more questions soon!!!!
thnx in advance

regards
john

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03-31-2005 02:02 PM  13 years agoPost 2
Load Factor

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Colleyville, Texas

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A little trick
John,

Looks good!

If you have problems keeping the Horizon level once mounted, use some stick on wheel weights to balance it out. I think with the lens and servo on the left side it tends to be a little left side heavy. The weights really help and save time in Photo Shop.

I drilled mine in the mount. That way you know you are not to close to the servo or to far left or right.
Its a pretty tight fit.....Huh?

Tanner

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03-31-2005 02:34 PM  13 years agoPost 3
cainebean

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Looks good
Why change it from 360 rotation? I just drilled mine on the mount as well. Make sure you do it outside so you don't inhale the carbon dust...

Bean

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03-31-2005 04:46 PM  13 years agoPost 4
rafael

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Drill on the mount....
Just make the hole, start with a small drill bit working your way to bigger as needed.

Rafael Castañeda
www.helicam.com.mx
www.rcoaxaca.com
www.737-700.com/simuladores/

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