Micro FPV cameras are getting more and more popular because of the compact form factor and light weight. A lot of good cameras that come out today are in micro size, and don’t fit in many 5″ frames without some DIY modifications. It’s good to know that Runcam released a micro camera mount to solve this issue.
Buy the Runcam Micro Camera Mount from: http://bit.ly/2Nf4OhS
Since the day Runcam released the Micro Swift FPV camera with 19mm width, I had been asking them about providing a “micro to full size adapter”. Many frames still only support full size (aka standard size) FPV cameras of 28mm width, such as the HS1177, Swift 2 and Eagle 2.
Yes, you can print one with a 3D printer, but not everyone has access to it.
I guess Runcam finally listened and they are now selling these as accessory. Perhaps a little pricey ($2.5 a piece), but I am sure a lot of people will find it useful.
It’s made of semi-transparent molded plastic, with metal inserts (brass) in the screw holes. This should be a lot more durable than 3D printed parts in crashes.