This video will show you how to mount the Zenmuse Z30 to the Matrice 100. To mount the Zenmuse Z30 make sure you have the following accessories: gimbal mounting board, rubber gimbal dampers, new upper central frame board, screws, extended landing gears. 2. Mounting the gimbal mounting board to the new upper central frame board. Detach the 2 screws on the new upper central board frame and remove the damper mounting piece. Mount the rubber gimbal damper to the mounting piece. Secure the screws on the new upper central frame board. Mount the other 2 rubber gimbal dampers on the gimbal mounting board to the corresponding holes. Gimbal mounting board installation is now complete. 2. Replacing the Matrice 100’s upper central frame board. Remove the GPS mounting base on the central frame board. Remove the expansion bay on the upper central frame board. Remove the aircraft status indicator at the rear of the upper central frame board. Remove the Matric 100’s upper central frame board. Pass the gimbal cable through the 2 reserved ports. Connect the 10PIN and 8PIN gimbal cables to the ports on the flight controller. Secure the new upper central frame board. Mount the aircraft’s status indicator. Mount the GPS mounting base. Mount the expansion bay. New upper central frame board is now complete.
3. Replacing the landing gears. Rotate the landing gear counter clockwise and remove it. Mount the extended landing gear and tighten it. Take care not to damage the antenna cover or antenna when mounting the landing gears. Attach the other 3 landing gears in the same fashion. Landing gear installation is now complete. 4. Mounting the Zenmuse Z30 gimbal. Ensure the aircraft is powered off before mounting the Zenmuse Z30. Remove the gimbal cover. Align the gimbal lock mark with the red dot on the lock and attach the gimbal. Rotate the lock and secure the gimbal. Gimbal installation is now complete. Please note that you should press the button on the left side of the gimbal mounting board and rotate the gimbal to unlock it before removing the camera.