How to Attached Micasense RedEdge MX Into Trinity F90 Payload Bay

How To Attach MicaSense RedEdge MX Into Payload Bay

REQUIRED PARTS

Allen Screwdriver 2.5 mm

Procedure

For an easier application of the DF13 plugs, detach the cable from the mount. 


Attach the three DF13 connectors carefully to the camera. Take care that you only push at the plastic part to plug in the connector


Take off the cap from the MicaSense RedEdge-MX camera.


Carefully insert the SD card into the card slot of the camera and double check if it fits. 


Use the two included screws to attach the camera to the camera mount.


Clip the cable back to the mount. 

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