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Inspire carrier... DIY?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Charles.mabry, Aug 29, 2016.

  1. Charles.mabry

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    Ive seen a few of the backpacks out there for the Inspires..... was wondering if any of you gurus have created your own type of carrying system of your inspire.

    I have my old military pack that has MOLLE attachments on the outside... been thinking about creating something to hold the inspire attached to my MOLLE system. Thought I would try here first... see if anyone has paved the way?

    Side note: Just the aircraft... not the case.
     
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  2. GuyNamedLindsey

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    I use a camelback. Just slip the arms through the side straps and BOOM. DIY
     
  3. Charles.mabry

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    so the inspire is on the inside (between you and the camelback)?
     
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    Sorry I wasn't more descriptive.

    Inspire is on the outside of the camel pack, in landing mode with the camera removed. I can fit the controller in my bag with 3 batteries. (one in inspire) ((I can probably fit more batteries, but thats all I own)) Each side of my bag has 2 horizontal straps, one at the upper and lower parts of the bag. I slip the front arms in the upper straps and lower arms in lower straps. I'm going on a hike tomorrow and I'll post a photo in the evening for you.
     
  5. Charles.mabry

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    haha no worries, I can picture it now. If you could post a photo that would be awesome.
     
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    This is my DIY carrier. Cut up a shopping bag. It is evenly balanced on both arms. Clears gimbal and landing rods. I can walk for miles locked and loaded ready to fly in minutes. image.jpeg image.jpeg
     
  7. Charles.mabry

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    Awesome! I'm going to be tasked with shooting some shots of Sedona Arizona here pretty soon that will involve A LOT of hiking/ climbing. I'm gonna need a hands free way to carry my inspire.
     
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    Here's how I've been trooping around this island[​IMG]
     
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  10. Charles.mabry

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    Thanks for the input gents! I think I have come up with an idea! I'll keep you posted!
     
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    I would really love to see a picture of it also!
     
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    This is the backpack I have and I cant be more happier with it
    The GPC Inspire 1 Pro Backpack offers ergonomic comfort with ventilation and padded straps and has been designed to provide an optimal center of gravity weight distribution. This tactical backpack’s versatility also comes with an enhanced molle system allowing for numerous options for carrying additional accessories in the field. The case fits both the X3 & X5 Pro and carries the Inspire 1 in travel mode, the safest way to protect the copter. Here is the link for it DJI Inspire 1 Backpack | GPC, Inc.


    gpc_dji_-inspire_backpack-050-closed-main.jpg inspire1_1.jpg inspire2_1.jpg
     
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