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Balancing Motors

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by edunwody, Jun 29, 2013.

  1. edunwody

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    Still having major jello issues and vibrations.
    Shooting Hero 3 Black. 1080 60fps.
    New props that I have not balanced yet.

    I keep hearing that the motors need balancing. How does one accomplish this?

    Very frustrated with image quality.

    Phantom is fun to fly but image quality is why I got it.

    Thx

    E


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  2. CameraGuy

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    Step 1 is balancing the props/ You can't avoid it. Sorry.

    My motors were balanced on both Phantoms, so it's the least of my and in my opinion, you worries. Balance those props.

    Isolate the camera. There are a ton of free to costly ideas on Youtube. Check them out.

    You will get better. Use a higher frame rate. Use a Polarizer or ND filter to alter your frame rate.

    All of this will help.

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  3. edunwody

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    Gotcha, balance props!




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