P3 Carbon Fiber Camera Guard
Fits the P3P & P3A
Lightweight-will not reduce flight time
Tight weave carbon fiber provides high strength
Unique interwoven red silk gives it a beautiful look
Best protection on the market
The DJI Phantom 3 uses a thin ribbon cable that can be easily abraded and damaged when landing on uneven surfaces or in minor crashes. Our new carbon fiber camera guard is designed to help protect the ribbon cable without ever getting in the way of the camera or the sensors mounted beneath the battery.
Most crashes that result in camera and gimbal damage are the result of the Phantom crashing into the ground, pavement, trees, buildings, posts, or other structures. When the Phantom crashes belly down, the weak plastic legs have a tendency to spread apart and expose the camera. The camera is the next part of the Phantom to absorb the impact. Our camera guard is designed to bind the legs together and resist separating thus preventing the camera from coming into contact with the ground or other objects.
The camera guard also protects the delicate camera and gimbal from impacting foreign objects, such as rocks, curbs, trees, tree branches, poles, electrical wires and other objects narrow enough to pass between the landing legs on the Phantom 3. The sturdy carbon fiber camera guard is the strongest part of the Phantom and our carbon fiber camera guard is the strongest and most proven on the market.
Why carbon Fiber?
Our experience as the number one producer of camera/gimbal guards for the DJI Phantom series of quadcopters has convinced us that carbon fiber is by far the best material. Acrylics, even high impact resistant acrylics, simply do not offer the strength to protect your valuable Phantom, and acrylics become brittle in the cold weather, losing almost all protection power.
Carbon fiber is the lightest, strongest material for the job and it is without doubt the most beautiful material, adding its natural eye appeal to the Phantom with a professional look that is without match.
Cheaper camera guards can be found, but why not get the best, when protecting your $700 camera?