Hi, being a newbie to the drone world, I just want to say that the experienced droners comments are very valuable, thanks. Before DJI made shades available, I thought I’d make my own shade, which turned out ‘not bad’. I’m using the iPad Air2 display and I created my own from simple presentation foam board, white duct tape, flat black spray paint and small pieces of glue backed Velcro. In the pictures is the ‘Mark II’ design. I’m planning a Mark III as there are a few refinements that would improve it. A Mark IV design is also planned that will allow you to fold it up to a smaller packed shape. (yes I have too much time on my hands) The foam board is available at Staples: http://www.staples.ca/en/Elmer-s-Sturdy-Board-Foam-Board-30-x-40-White/product_EPI900510_2-CA_1_20001 (Canadian site) Total weight: 110 grams or 3.5 ounces. It’s so light you won’t even feel it. All that’s required to make it is the parts, an X-acto type knife and about 20 minutes. Painting the inside with flat black paint is not included in that time of course. One other benefit is that it fits on the RC controller display mount so well it doesn’t affect the ability for the display holder to hold the iPad itself. I’ll email a CAD design in AutoCad DWG or SKF (autosketch) format) if anyone is interested. Measurements are in millimeters, hope that doesn’t bother most. The simple image design is at the bottom of the post. The Velcro allows you to unfold the shade and pack it flat. The duct tape re-enforces the folded joints. Cutting the foam board is easy. Some cuts are clean through while others are either on the inside of the shade or the outside. The drawing has all the details. All that said, the DJI’s prices are pretty good and their products look a bit heavier, but they’ll be a bit more professionally built. I just love the fact that the foam board is super lightweight and works well.