Diagnosis Needed



Benjamin Kenobi

Easy? You call that easy?
Maybe list if you're using a gimbal or not. For a Phantom it ain't bad. If you're using a gimbal, is the camera balanced perfectly?
 

Bartman

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try flying it with a lot less finger pressure on the controls and while allowing more freedom to the heli to drift a little before making slow deliberate corrections

are the props balanced? does the Phantom 2 controller have expo?
 

adanac

Member
Sorry, yes, I have the H2-3D. Apart from my yaw adjustments, this looks very shaky to me not close to other footage I've seen from this platform.

I have not balanced the props. Is that possible with these little plastic props? If so, I'll get a balancer and do so.

I don't know if the camera is balanced or not. How is that done?

And, with regard to those yaw adjustments, I find it too sensitive. I'd like to be able to make it mushier, less responsive.


Maybe list if you're using a gimbal or not. For a Phantom it ain't bad. If you're using a gimbal, is the camera balanced perfectly?
 

sledge57

Member
It has the new style props doesn't it, no nuts, just spin them on? If so I don't know how you could put those on a balancer.

Are these the props you have?
 

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Tahoe Ed

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Here is a video that I did today with the P2V. No gimbal. Minor stabilization in post with iMovie. I was pleased. You need to play with your post processing and as Bart stated, just let the craft slide a little while filming. Get it started and let it drift. Do it in ATTI and not GPS. I am no pro at this but I have a lot of fun doing it. I just want to make the next video better than the last.

 
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Bartman

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not on any of the balancers i've seen, there needs to be a hole for the shaft of the balancer to pass through.
 



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