The idea of this project was to create a payload bridge to the DJI Phantom 4 which can carry any device, such as lights, cameras or 360 cameras (what I built it for).
For cameras - to avoid the effect that was yellow - a damper is required between the payload bridge and the camera mount. I recommend to ensure the camera mount with the bride with two cable binders.
Apart from the printed part you will need to buy the 1/4" screws and the dampers.
You can find them here:
For the dampers the hole dimensions should be 7 mm.
As my first mounting plate was not long enough (too much drone at the movie, see attached video) I extended the drone mount at the attached STL file.
I printed all components in PET (white) or t-glase (silver grey) at 100 %.
My test video of this installation can be found in Youtube:
If you like it - trick me.
And if you need the files printed you can find them on Shapeways
Attention: Flying with alters the behaviour of your Phantom 4. Avoid conditions when flying with payload. Also avoid fast movements. Strategy for descent times that are longer. Always fly.
Overloading your Phantom can lead to overheating the engines and battery drain.
Using these designs the pilot carries the risk for all prospective damages. The designer can't be held liable for any damage.