I designed this ABS camera mounting bracket for QuadRevo multirotor frames. This will add 6 degrees of upward tilt to any or the normal camera mounting positions. The pins are designed for heat staking, but if you want to use traditional screws and nuts, you can trim off the heat stakes and drill holes instead.
If you’re not familiar with heat staking, grab a soldering iron and a hobby knife. Heat the soldering iron up against the hobby knife while pressing the knife against the heat stake. It’ll melt and form a “mushroom” head holding the camera board down. Remove the soldering iron while keeping the knife in place for a few seconds, then remove.
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