GoPro Hero3 Black Framemount for Mikrokopter Gimbal. Additionally you will need two M3 cylinder head screws (12-15mm) and nuts. You can also buy it directly from me, but ABS only, any color ive in stock... Just drop me a line. small update v0.7 made a rim around the trigger, gives a little more support there

Dimensions

IN: 2.441 w x 2.049 d x 0.945 h
CM: 6.2 w x 5.204 d x 2.4 h

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@panodirk was a good idea and quickly to construct. If you need something else just let me know ;)
August 21, 2013, 1:05 pm
@helmarw Wow! looks like I've my personal 3D printer designer :-))
August 21, 2013, 12:47 pm
@panodirk adding thick material for screws on each side would unnecessary increase size weight and price of this frame. It is meant to be a compact, lightweight and inexpensive frame to be uses in small sized gimbals. But if the need really arises to mount the GoPro vertically, i added a new model for that purpose (http://shpws.me/oVvY). This way the GoPro frame remains slim but can be converted easily with not to much extra costs and weight to a vertical mountable frame. Can be used in both directions (USB-port up or down, as you wish)
August 21, 2013, 9:53 am
Nice frame to mount the gopro vertically as needed for 360° panoramas probably possible with a L-bracket. Have to think about that. It's a pity all designers can't see the necessity for vertically mounting. Only the very too heavy and expensive aluminium (pro)cages have 1/4"-20 screw holes on all sides. These vertical mounts are appreciated by KAP, PAP (kite/pole aerial photography) and multicopter people shooting 360x180° panos using the gopro. Example: http://www.360cities.net/image/hilversum-city-hall-stairs-by-dudok#700.36,-3.84,70.0
August 20, 2013, 10:20 pm
 
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