Shaky Video


#22


#23

This looks ok?


#24

sorry disregard that i zoomed in and it looks ok


#25

phew scared me there for a moment as I started thinking how am I going to do that, but it does look similar to the pic you shared


#26

Check, also, that there is a rubber suspension link on each of 4 corners of that plate - as in the one case of this pic (arrowed).

(Which also shows the plate in the wrong position - marked X)


#27

failing that recalibrate the gimbal the crash into the fence might have put it out


#28

It looks very physical to me, not an electronic/calibration issue.


#29

I have calibrated the gimble few times since the crash.


#30

Front had those elasticky things, rear right defo has one, but I cannot be so sure of the rear left as there is a cover and gimble lisghtly over it.


#31

Will calibrate again


#32

With the camera pointing to the MP’s front, all four elastics should be visible OK - you’ve taken a pic of the least easy to see since there’s that ribbon cable above it.


#33

Check all three strands are present, none broken … as indicated with the three marks.

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#34

Will do that, just calibrating the gimble again. Also I have never calibrated the IMU would that have any effect?


#35

Nope - nothing to do with IMU … and I doubt the gimbal calibration will make any difference. The vibration in the video looks to be physical interference with the gimbal suspension.


#36

All four suspension bands should be visible … as in these pics.

… but, more tricky - check that each is undamaged and has those three strands - as indicated in a previous pic.


#37

Yes its a bit tricky with someone with bad eyes :slight_smile: but i am trying to see if the strings are on it


#38

If it was me and the gimbal was correctly fitted i would recalibrate IMU reset camera settings and change props and then see if it still does it


#39

if you can’t see make sure aircraft is turned off and gently move the gimbal with fingers and take pics


#40

The gimble hasn’t been touched since bought brand new so it must be fitted correctly, no? I have just calibrated the gimble once again, will calibrate the IMU now and reset all camera settings. The props are new on it too, 2 weeks ago i fitted the new ones.


#41

did the vibration start after fitting the props? or before