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I need an Osmo+ Case
292 9 2017-4-20 21:21:57
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Can anyone recomend a case designed for the Osmo+ that also has a cutout for a Z-Axis?  Also, that doesn't cost alot?  It seems most hardcases are cut for the original Osmo, and then none of the ones I can find have a Spot for a Z-Axis, I really don't want to have to carry that seperately.
I like the price of the Nanuk series, but many of the reviews mention glue getting all over everything, that is unacceptable.  I will not spend $100+ for a box.

I would much prefer a hardcase, but I would consider a bag as well, provided it held everything (The Osmo, an extension stick, charger, cords, external power adaptor with 10 pin cord, tripod, Z-Axis, Rode Video Micro, Extension arm, and an accessory mount at a minimum as well as some kind of light, but if there was a compartment for the vehicle mount and articulating arm so much the better).  My main goal is just to get just one case (or bag), that will haul everything.  Agin, I am not looking to spend a lot on this, it doesn't have to be fancy, just functional.
2017-4-20 21:21:57
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Amazon Osmo Cases
2017-4-22 08:37:12
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Don't think you'll find one that has a cut-out for the Z-Axis unfortunately.  Was looking for something similar myself.  Ended up buying a case from the guys over at http://www.tomcase.de/.  Great build quality and fits in most of what I need.  Think the Z-Axis will probably have to go in it's original box when transporting.

Take a look at the guys over at http://www.dronecrates.com/.  I like the idea of the split level design allowing you to carry a bit more kit.
2017-4-22 08:44:26
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alphacrust Posted at 2017-4-22 08:44
Don't think you'll find one that has a cut-out for the Z-Axis unfortunately.  Was looking for something similar myself.  Ended up buying a case from the guys over at http://www.tomcase.de/.  Great build quality and fits in most of what I need.  Think the Z-Axis will probably have to go in it's original box when transporting.

Take a look at the guys over at http://www.dronecrates.com/.  I like the idea of the split level design allowing you to carry a bit more kit.

The first link is nice, but out of my budget, I want a case, but not that much, the convenience just isn't worth it.  The second link is in Germen and I have no clue what they are saying, I also see no mention of prices, or a checkout.

In regards to Amazon, that was the first place I looked, there is no way to limit the search so I don't get page after page of irrelevant products.  I am not looking for Osmo cases, I am looking for Osmo+ cases, nor am I looking for Osmo lens caps, wipes, filters, or any other accessory.  The only relevant returns I saw were either too expensive, did not really hold much more than the factory case, or were the Nanuk.  As I said, I like the Nanuk, it seems to be the right case for the right price, but the reviews repeatedly mention glue getting all over everything, so that takes it out of the running.
2017-4-22 10:00:27
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Take a look at these guys:

http://goprofessionalcases.com

Think you're going to struggle to find anything with a half decent cut-out / design for under the $100 mark.
2017-4-22 12:46:28
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alphacrust Posted at 2017-4-22 12:46
Take a look at these guys:

http://goprofessionalcases.com

The only Osmo+ case I saw there was designed for the Osmo+ and a Mavic, I don't have a Mavic, and don't want to pay extra for it or have wasted space.  That would be an awesome deal if I did (or if it carried a Phantom 4 instead of a Mavic) but I don't.
2017-4-22 13:08:20
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9245 Posted at 2017-4-22 13:08
The only Osmo+ case I saw there was designed for the Osmo+ and a Mavic, I don't have a Mavic, and don't want to pay extra for it or have wasted space.  That would be an awesome deal if I did (or if it carried a Phantom 4 instead of a Mavic) but I don't.

http://goprofessionalcases.com/dji-osmo-x3plus.html
2017-4-22 13:17:55
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alphacrust Posted at 2017-4-22 13:17
http://goprofessionalcases.com/dji-osmo-x3plus.html

I ordered this one, should be here Thursday. These types of cameras seem to like hard cases better then soft.
2017-4-23 03:31:43
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Anyone know where to get the DJI version of the Osmo plus case? The Z3 will not fit in the standard Osmo case.
It is gray inside and has a red zipper.

Osmo Plus case

Osmo Plus case
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2017-4-23 07:04:58
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I have found some decent deals on Pelican 1450 cases with pick n pluck foam that might do the trick.  Would the Osmo+, Z-Axis, Tripod, Extension Rod, Charger and cord, External Power Adapter with 10 pin cord, straight extension arm, universal mount, a couple extra cold shoes (tripod adapter and 360), Rode Video Micro with swivel mount, and the Osmo Base all fit in that?  What if I added the vehicle mount and arm?  Eyeballing it at the store it looked like it might work, albeit tightly, but I didn't have my stuff with me to check.
2017-4-30 21:16:48
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