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ikan GoPro Hero 3/4 Clamp for Fly-X3 Plus

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ikan GoPro Hero 3/4 Clamp for Fly-X3 Plus
Key Features
  • Supports Hero3 and Hero4
  • Easy Swing-Away for Quick Battery Change
Ikan's GoPro Hero 3/4 Clamp for Fly-X3 Plus is built specifically to work with the GoPro Hero 3 or 4. This easy-to-install mount allows your GoPro to be mounted and used with your Fly-X3 Plus. Although swapping the battery on the Hero 4 requires you to remove the camera from the clamp, the tilting action allows you to swap the battery on your GoPro Hero 3 while still mounted on your Fly-X3 Plus.
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ikan FX3P-GPRO Overview

Ikan's GoPro Hero 3/4 Clamp for Fly-X3 Plus is built specifically to work with the GoPro Hero 3 or 4. This easy-to-install mount allows your GoPro to be mounted and used with your Fly-X3 Plus. Although swapping the battery on the Hero 4 requires you to remove the camera from the clamp, the tilting action allows you to swap the battery on your GoPro Hero 3 while still mounted on your Fly-X3 Plus.

UPC: 847983013746

ikan FX3P-GPRO Specs

Clamp Size2.5 x 3.6" / 63.2 x 91.4 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.3 x 2.7 x 1.7"

ikan FX3P-GPRO Reviews

Better than the foam GoPro holder for Fly-X3

By Greyson76
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-02-18

A while back I purchased the bundle from B&H, which included the Ikan Fly X-3 gimbal and the Removu remote/viewer. The original Fly X-3 seems to be primarily designed as a smart-phone gimbal, although it can handle a GoPro. As what seems like an after-thought, Ikan included a very chinsey foam GoPro adapter with the gimbal. The problem with this adapter is that it is almost impossible to not accidentally press the wifi and shutter buttons on the GoPro while trying to balance and mount it into the clamp of the Fly-X3. The GoPro doesn't feel very protected, and it looks silly using this rediculous foam piece. I noticed that there is a new version of the gimbal available (Fly X3-plus) which is considerably more expensive than the original X3 (I have not used it so I cannot do a side-by-side comparison, I'm assuming it is better/more powerful). I purchased this clamp/adapter to use with my existing X3, and on my initial tests it seems to be a huge improvement over the cheapo foam piece of junk that came with the X3. I really enjoy the X3, and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it with the caveat that you buy this adapter if you are planning to use the X3 with a GoPro (better yet buy the combo from B&H and get the Removu included). It does add a little bit of weight, but the X3 seems to be able to handle it just fine (and I feel like the GoPro is better protected using this little adapter). I would definitely recommend this product.

Not fully compatible with Hero3

By Anonymous
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2015-05-10

While it does hold the Hero3, when used with the Hero4 you do NOT have access to the battery or the ports as the cutoffs were designed for the the Hero3. So you need to completely remove the frame from the mount (unscrew the attachment bolt at the bottom) in order to insert the GoPro Hero4 into the frame, or access any port/door in the Hero4.

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question

Anyone know why the GoPro clamp has a tilting hinge on it? Is that to allow access to the LCD screen on Hero4 Silver models? Or maybe allow for different camera/angles or something? At least with the Hero4 Black tilting it down doesn't seem to allow me to access the battery or any other ports. I'm just wondering why it's setup that way (maybe just to make it similar to existing GoPro mounts?
Asked by: Arvin
The tilt is there so that you can swap the battery on your GoPro while still mounted on your Fly-X3 Plus.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

does this also work with the FLY-X3 first model?
Asked by: Zeb
I'm not 100% certain, but I would assume it does. I've had both models, and they were virtually identical in every way with the exception of their accent color and branding.
Answered by: Clayton C.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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