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Ipad Air 2 Flops side to side

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Help' started by Don269, Jan 16, 2016.

  1. Don269

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    I'm sure this has been addressed.
    It seems my Ipad Air 2 is to heavy for the Inspire controller
    When I'm moving around quickly it flops side to side I'm worried its going to snap off.
    Its was really bad on my Phantom 3, but still have a little trouble on my inspire.

    Thanks
     
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    This might be a silly question but did you try to tighten the 2 screws on the mount bracket and the knurled knob?
     
  3. Kilrah

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    Yup, IMO a tray is needed for anything larger than 7".
     
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  4. Don269

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    Its a fair question lots of "Different" folks out there.
    However I have tightened everything up
    like I said its not as bad as it was on my PH3 but its still there.
    Saw some video on line where a guy put a metal washer under the arm...looked a little silly.

    Maybe I have a bad one?
     
  5. Don269

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    Kilrah,

    What do you mean by a IMO a TRAY ?
     
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    Yup - I use the Secraft Inspire tray with the SE Mobile Grip L for TX Tray with the dual strap Harness (and the Hoodivision Padhat) - Perfect set up for me but NOT cheap!
     
  7. Don269

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    Thank you Editor, I will look into that
    Love that pup... border collie?
     
  8. Don269

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    Found the tray online
    very sweet setup
    Thanks Again
     
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    Yup - Too intelligent for her own good :p
     
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  11. Don269

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    Thanks,
    That's what I love about these sites, It would have taken me weeks to find that information !
     
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    Do you mean my name?
    It's all in my intro thread. Introductions :)

    I have the magnetic PadHat and the additional struts to make the whole thing a bit stiffer in windy conditions.
    I have found they are the ONLY things that actually work in full blown sunlight? It's down to the 70 degree angle to the screen. It feels a bit strange at first because all other sunshields are at 90 degrees (which is why they don't work)
    The Secraft combo is absolutely fantastic as well.
     
  14. Don269

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    Thank you Mark!
     
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