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Tablet/phone holder P3S

Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by respibob, Aug 23, 2016.

  1. respibob

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    That's nice. Did you have a question?
     
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    A question about what?
     
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    Clearly you don't need help or advice. You wanted to show off your mod. Gold star!
     
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    Yes lol, just showing it off!
     
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    And not a **** thing wrong with doing so. Congrats!
     
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    +1 on that. Sometimes others might be interested in doing the same. Have a table mod on my P3S as well, but went the way of an "Inspire 1" tablet holder.
     
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    fantastic idea!!, I've been looking at options for this myself.
     
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    My remote with inspire tablet holder:
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    My Inspire mobile mount just arrived today and the arm is made of aluminum. I've seen some of my friends' P3A or P3P remotes and their mobile mounts are made of plastic, similar to your picture.

    Which got me thinking... Did DJI released a plastic and aluminum version of the mount for the Inspire?
     
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    Nope - only the inspire mount is metal, the P3A/P ones are plastic.
     
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    I went back and forth whether or not to do this mod. I settled on the other because it didn't require any drilling. I haven't had it long enough to start drilling! I am sure I will get braver. I want to do an antenna mod eventually so I may have to do it then.
     
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    where did you buy it ?
     
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    IMG_0216.JPG inspire 1 tablet holder. IMG_0217.JPG
     
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    There is a youtube video,,,
     
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    Finally got around modding my P3 Standard remote.

    The Inspire 1 Part 45 Device Holder arrived in the mail a few days ago.
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    Pilot hole. You've got to have lots of patience or you end up scraping/scratching the case or worse, accidentally cut any of wired inside.
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    Checking the alignment
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    Once the correct hole size has been drilled, in goes the threaded nut.
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    Tightened the threaded nut from behind and put on a bit of hot glue so the wires won't go anywhere.
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    Any voila! The finished product.
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