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  1. TheLightSpeedz

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    Saw this guy selling these on Facebook DJI page.

    Doesn't make much sense to me as the ipad would be flat in this scenario or the antenna facing up? [​IMG]


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  2. dirtybum

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    Looks like it'd put too much stress on the mount, and on your neck from looking down so hard!
    Besides who use the little DBS anymore anyway, Maxxrange these days, it's definitely too big for the mount
     
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  3. MasterBlaster

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    I agree. Would not work for me. My iPad would be too flat or my Itelite Maxx would be pointing straight up :)
    Also, haven't had any problems with that bracket that clamps my iPad in and I don't want t do anything that might put extra stress on it.
    If that breaks, I'm not flying


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  4. Altaman

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    Not only that, you still need to disconnect the cables in most instances... Does not really fix anything.
     
  5. Sim597

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    And, like me, for now, until my big one and amps get here, I'd have to go back to the spaghetti cables


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