This Drone Foam Insert turns any CS4 or CS5 into a secure storage and transport module for the DJI MAVIC 2 ZOOM/PRO.
We’ve partnered with the leading Drone Case maker, “Go Professional Cases” (in San Diego), to make this custom foam insert, so you know it’s a high-end product. Everything fits perfectly and it holds all the items that come with the “Fly More Combo”. We’ve done some custom engineering and GPC makes this specific item as a custom build exclusively for us.
This is such a great example of the power and versatility of the BrightLine Bags FLEX System. Having the ability to create a self-contained module for your drone, and then be able to easily and quickly add or remove this module to other FLEX System modules you have with other gear, is something you cannot do with any other bag.
The best fit is to place this Foam set inside a CS4 . It’s specifically designed for that. But, of course, you COULD use a CS5 instead, which would let you put some stuff on top of your drone like an iPad or laptop or documents INSIDE the main compartment. Either way, you’ll have the ability to add Side Pockets since the CS4 and CS5 both have Side Pocket Mounting Stations.
The foam has a wide Velcro patch on both sides to allow you to secure the foam inside the CS4 or CS5 using the Velcro that is already there for the divider shelf.
Add a POCKET CAP FRONT to carry all your accessories.
Add a PACK CAP REAR so that you can use this bag as a backpack while you’re hiking with, or flying your drone.
Or, of course, you can just add a FLAT CAP REAR if you want to keep the back of your bag simple.
Add a couple of Side Pockets. It’s likely that the SIDE POCKET ALPHA and/or the SIDE POCKET CHARLIE will be your favorite options. (You may find that two CHARLIE side pockets could be a good choice.)
And of course, for those UAS Pilots with multiple drones, you can zip the different modules directly together and keep multiple drones together in one awesome drone bag.
BONUS ITEM: Power Cord Wrap
Included for free is this clever device for coiling up the power cord neatly so that it fits perfectly in the bottom of the power cavity of the foam.