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Pumba commented on Foxeer Legend 1 Picatinny Rail Mount by ZenithDesigns
October 17, 2016
Foxeer Legend 1 Picatinny Rail Mount
Pumba @ZenithDesigns Problem solved, thank you for all your help and quick responses, the finish on the product is excellent, a lot better than other 3d printed bits i have had from others :)
Pumba @ZenithDesigns there is no way it will go in all the way, i managed to put it in maybe 4mm more, but then was nearly impossible to get it out, the force i had to but on the back of the camera to get it out, i thought it would break the camera, its not a firm squeeze to push it in, its a lot of force.
Pumba And another angle
Pumba As yann1ck says, I too have just received the mount and i cannot get the camera all the way in, I have attached pictures to show how far it goes, Even then its very hard to get out, this is without the bolt even installed!


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