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This discounted bundle has everything you'll need to use 1 or 2 Survey3 cameras with the Autel EVO II (V1 or V2) Standard/Pro/Dual/Dual-640T/RTK/Enterprise drone. The mount allows you to easily attach either 1 or 2 Survey3 cameras at a time without requiring any tools. Each camera can be easily rotated to adjust the tilt angle to keep the camera as parallel (nadir) with the ground during forward flight. The camera's Advanced GPS is mounted on the top of the drone, and will include a dual split GPS cable if you purchase the dual camera bundle. Simply choose the model of the camera(s) and the micro SD memory capacities to complete your package.
Included in a single (1) Autel EVO II Survey3 camera bundle:
Step 1: Make sure the camera is in the defaultInterval timer capture mode. Install the camera (with battery) by sliding it into the frame mount. Use the included black plastic camera bolt in the camera's tripod mounting hole to secure camera to mount.
Step 2: Place theFoxfury saddle mountas shown on the Autel EVO II vehicle, there are no screws holding it on.
Step 3: Snap thebottom braceinto place. The bottom brace is not required buthighly recommendedto provide the best fit of the saddle onto the vehicle when carrying an additional payload (cameras).
Step 5: Slide the GPS onto the top saddle mounting location making sure to rotate it so the corn logo points forward. The adhesive is very strong and typically one time use. If you need to replace it you should use 3M VHB clear or similar tape if possible. The cables exit out the back of the GPS towards the rear of the vehicle.
Step 6: Slide the camera onto the front side mounting locations on the saddle. The saddle can carry 2 Survey3 cameras, with one camera flipped over. Rotate the cameras such that when the drone is flying forward the camera is as parallel with the ground as possible (adjust angle based on expected flight speed).
Step 7: Plug the GPS USB cables into the cameras and route the GPS wires along the frame mount side clips to keep the wires away from the propellers.