3D printed aeroshell to mount a Mobius Action Camera to a model rocketDesigned by The Flame Trench, Ships from United Kingdom
What is it? Do you want beautiful down looking video from your rockets? This aeroshell is for you! Available in 75mm, 98mm, and 152mm configurations, the aeroshell conformally mounts to your airfr...Read More…
Do you want beautiful down looking video from your rockets? This aeroshell is for you!
Available in 75mm, 98mm, and 152mm configurations, the aeroshell conformally mounts to your airframe with a captive internal nut and M3 bolt. The camera is held snuggly into the aeroshell by heat-set brass inserts. The slim profile keeps drag down, while the entire assembly tops out at 90g when fully assembled. The flat aft face keeps the aeroshell out of your video, maximizing the beautiful vistas visible from apogee.
Only drill a single 3mm (.12 in) hole and glue in the provided internal nut. All buttons and indicator lights are field accessible.
This aeroshell is compatible with A, B, or C lens type Mobius Action Cameras. Color not guaranteed. Package includes 1 camera aeroshell, 1 camera retention clip, 1 internal nut, and all necessary hardware. Camera not included.
Currently only available in the US - International shipping options coming soon!
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