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  1. I thought I would share this solution with anyone whom might be interested. I made this coupling plate to hang my Hyperdeck Shuttle 2 from my secondary battery plate on my Zephyr. Since I usually fly a battery on Epic bodies, I do not need the extra power provided by the plate, but I do need the added weight. My solution was this little guy:
  2. I just wanted to share my last creation for my Zephyr. A recorder mount on the battery hanger to place my Hyperdeck Shuttle. I used to place it under the post, where the second battery should go, but I wasn't satisfied. This is a first prototype made with what I could find in my local hardware store, an alluminium 3" L bar a few screws, a hack saw, a metal file and a drill. Feel free to share if anyone has an idea to improve it (and I know there is a lot that could be done)
  3. I've been trying to maximize and upgrade this little rig as much as possible. has anyone had any success with making their gimbal tool-less? perhaps swapping out the allen bolt with a wing bolt or kip of some sort...
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