Mounting Monitor and Transmitter to MOVI handle bar

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  1. Brendan Isaac

    Brendan Isaac New Member

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    Hey guys how is everyone mounting your monitor and transmitter to the top bar - It looks like we have one small hole to work with at the moment?
     
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    Tabb Firchau Administrator
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  3. Adam Paugh

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    Hello Brendan,

    We just got a few of these in the other day and will be trying them out: http://www.secraft.net/shop/step1.php?number=1386

    Greetings,
    Adam
     
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    Adam, looks sharp. Let us know how they work. Do you guys use their FPV trays and accessories?
     
  5. Adam Paugh

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    Hello Chris,

    We got it assembled on the handle bar and I must say that it puts the monitor up too high for my liking. Also, for packing and travelling one would have to remove the handle bar grip to take it off. Instead we installed this part on a Freefly camera mounting plate:
    http://www.quadrocopter.com/14-Tripod-Screw-to-Hot-Shoe-Adapter_p_809.html

    This one is fully adjustable with the thumb screw and features a groove for fold away storage. This will be our solution.

    Greetings,
    Adam
     
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    Hello Gary,

    Yes, that is the plate I was referencing. We spin it 180 degrees so the plate is closest to the ground to maximize a low profile assembly. Sorry, I don't have an image as our rig has been mostly out in the wild since its arrival.

    Greetings,
    Adam
     
  8. Brendan Isaac

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    Perfect! have ordered!!
     

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