Hi I am planning to make a light weight camera mount for my RC multicopter (drone). Issue is due to irregular shape of the camera, need for the mount to be light weight, and setting up a small angle of inclination (5-10 degrees) the only solution I have come up with is to use light weight thin aluminium channels. The channels will be need to be bend by angles (80-110) range and also will be needed to be joined. I know welding aluminium is not that easy but I am sure I can find someone to do it. The aluminium sections are basically thin 2 mm strips, about 25mm wide. Now the questions: Will the bend sections be able to support 200gms of the camera (and self weight of about 80gms). Will it be possible to bend the sections without breaking them? Will it be possible to weld (or even solder) 2mm thick sections (are they too thin for TIG?) Any other light weight material that can be bend in between flights to adjust for angles( any other metal I suppose?) The mount will be isolated from vibrations. I am still concerned about dynamic effects and fatigue? Should I be? Looking forward to your replies.