ArduCopter GoPro Mount, 2-Axis from ArduCopter factory @ jDrones

ArduCopter GoPro 2-Axis Camera-mount


ArduCopter factory is  pleased to release first camera mount to famous ArduCopter frames. 


This camera-mount fits on all original ArduCopter Quads and Hexas made by jDrones. It has 2 controllable axis that is supported already on ArduCopter software. Miniature ball bearings on all hinge locations. Custom made aluminum nuts to ensure proper mounting of the parts. 2 adjustable push rods with all linkage balls and ball links.


With mount plates this camera mount can be fitted to all Tri, Quad, Hexa and other future frames. On request we can make plates even for other frames.


Material: Fiberglass

Weight: 88 gr (includes mount plate and 9g servos)

Servos: 9g-12g (not included)

Frames: Quad, Hexa


Deliveries for these mounts will start on end of 2nd week of November and it can be purchased first from jDrones directly and later on from all jDrones distributors around the world.


Store link: ArduCopter GoPro 2-Axis camera-mount


Don't forget to have correct mount plate to your frame.

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Comment by Dimitri on November 7, 2011 at 2:31am

Great ! But i will prefer mount where i can put the gopro waterproof case

Comment by gm on November 7, 2011 at 2:37am

Yeah, I'd like to have the case on the GoPro as well. If the lens gets broken in a crash, it's just replacing the outer lens, not the whole camera.

Also the skeleton case has open sides for plugging in cables, so it's still useful in a case.

Comment by Jani Hirvinen on November 7, 2011 at 4:10am

You can mount that waterproof case to this mount if you want. We have been flying with this mount and with open camera.. Done few bad crashes too without any damage to the camera itself. But sure if you have safety case around camera it will be even more safer.


Easiest way to mount your GoPro waterproof case is just by adding 2-side tape on the back panel and then stick it on the main camera panel.

Comment by gm on November 7, 2011 at 4:13am

I'd love to see a much simpler mount that just uses the GoPro mount point bolt...

Comment by Kirill on November 7, 2011 at 7:49am


Jani, as I understood, such kind of mount won't be released?

Comment by Jani Hirvinen on November 7, 2011 at 10:34am

Kirill, yes that other type will be released too. We just had great tests with that one and I hope that we can release that in week or so..

Comment by Alex on November 7, 2011 at 10:39am

Looks cool, are you going to be releasing the design files for this camera mounts so we can modify to fit other cameras as not all of us have a go pro :(

Comment by Kirill on November 7, 2011 at 11:52am

It's not easy to decide which one is better, moreover this one also allows to mount camera with housing.

Comment by Kevin Bouchard on November 7, 2011 at 11:59am

Hah! Cool, I was just looking at the prospects of using a GoPro for FPV.

Comment by ionut on November 7, 2011 at 1:40pm

It looks like a copy of this one


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