TP3 Insta360Go top mount

By vap on Sep 15, 2020

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  • top mount battery - sliding, bonking walls, proper weight distribution (without insta, with insta it's top heavy)
  • protected insta mount - extra protection for the lens, if the canopy cracks it will still hang on the belt (almost lost the insta once before when i used gopro style mount)
  • 137g AUW with instaGO, 1300g all gear weight for travelling
  • matek loud buzzer to find it in tall grass and snow
    I've been iterating on this design for a while.


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