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Bodging a 360 capable KAP rig
Electrical tape has been a great KAP friend to over the years!
I had been thinking about making a sort of Picavet clamp to grip the handle of my DJI Osmo at its narrowest point is I've tried to demonstrate below. About 40mins after that idea, my low-grade DIY mind realised that I can just tape an existing cross to the base of the camera handle. And so I have......
In theory, I now have a full 360 camera rig which is wi-fi controllable via my phone and the appropriate DJI app. I just need to find the battery charger now in order for to test this out :-)
For those who might like this idea, I'd consider buying the first version of the DJI Osmo Pocket which is advertised as weighing just 116g. There are tripod bases available for these which would make attaching to a picavet arguably more secure than my tape method. This is a seriously lightweight way of having the potential to shoot at all angles. The original Osmo I have is approx 220g which is still on the lighter side for a KAP camera.