DJI Inspire 2 MAPIR Survey 3/2/1
Tilting Dual Camera Mount



This mount allows you to easily attach two Survey3, Survey2, Survey1 or GoPro Hero 4/3+/3 cameras to the DJI Inspire 2 drone while still keeping the original drone camera installed. Using the two side black thumb screws you can adjust the camera's tilt angle from 0 to 20 degrees (each mark on mount is 2.5 degrees of tilt). For every 5m/s you are flying tilt 5 degrees (so 10m/s = 10 degrees). You can remove the dampening balls and rotate the camera plate 90 degrees if desired.

For applications that use the rear underside camera to check for an unobstructed landing area (such as the DJIGO application) you may not be able to tilt the camera more than 7.5 degrees. You can of course select to force landing though with no issues from the mount. For applications that do not use the ground sensors for landing (such as DroneDeploy) you can use any tilt you require.



(1) Durable & lightweight plastic mounting plates

(2) DJI Inspire2 Bolts (M2.5 - 10mm)

(4) Dampening balls

(2) Thumb Screws

(1) Dual Survey camera mounting plate

Camera Mount Weight (not including camera clip(s), camera(s), GPS): 49.34g

MAPIR is in no way liable for any damage caused to or by your drone. We have thoroughly tested this mount and when installed properly will not interfere with the normal operation of the drone.



Install Instructions:

Step 1: Unscrew the original 2 DJI screws in the 2 locations marked in red below with a (not included) T9 torx tool:

Step 2: Place the mount as shown and tighten the 2 included  screws:

Step 3: Install the camera with a camera clip (not included). If using the Survey3 cameras, peel off the adhesive backing on the bottom of the GPS receiver, and press it such that the GPS receiver adheres to the top center of the mount.


Step 4: Unscrew the black side thumb knobs and slide the camera mount to the desired tilt location. Align the edge of the camera mount with the notch in the drone mount (the photo below shows a 0 degree tilt location). There are notches every 2.5 degrees from 0 to 20 degrees. Every 5m/s is 5 degrees of tilt, so 10m/s speed would require 10 degrees of tilt.

Step 5: Happy flying!