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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Stacy Cobb, Aug 20, 2016.

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Would you use a mount that attaches your transmitter and tablet to a tripod?

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  1. Yes, this would be very useful.

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  2. No, I don't think I would use this.

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  1. Stacy Cobb

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm looking into developing a tripod mount that holds your transmitter and tablet on a tripod. This would be a stand alone addition but would work great with our professional line of sunshades at www.aerialdroneaccessories.com

    What are your thoughts?

    Thanks,
    Stacy
    www.aerialdroneaccessories.com
     
  2. AnzacJack

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    got any concept drawings or such?
     
  3. Paul K

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    I thing those sunshades are way underpriced , after subtracting the material and labour almost no profit left.
     
  4. Dave Armbrust

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    Probably around $300-$400 would be about right.
     
  5. AnzacJack

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    4 hours to assemble those sunshades??
     
  6. lake_flyer

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    It could be useful for those very precise fingertip control situations. It could also be useful just as a safe stand for your remote, between flights. But the attachment should be quick lock type so you can instantly take the RC in your hands, in case you need to move your position in case of an emergency.
    There are all kind of quick lock tripod heads on the market. And I already have one. All I would need is a smartly designed tray with a tripod screw hole.