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Counter-Balancing for a filter

Discussion in 'Zenmuse H3-3D/H4-3D GoPro Gimbal' started by adanac, Jun 10, 2014.

  1. adanac

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    I tried counter-balancing for the PolarPro ND but my gimbal didn't appear to like; it made unhappy noises and repeated movements. It seems fine without any counter-balancing at all. I hope that's okay.
     
  2. marmarisleee

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    hi, i did counter-balancing with coins and test it yesterday, i dont have any problem.. no voice and no repeated movement..
     

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  3. marmarisleee

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    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9K5xbwwkVA[/youtube]
    here vdo of my fly
     
  4. adanac

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    Your photograph needs to be re-sized. It's far too large to be viewed properly, I'm afraid.

    Also, what about balancing does your video (which is what I assume you meant by "vdo") illustrate? :)
     
  5. marmarisleee

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    if you save as photo that i atteched you can see cleary how i balance.. sorry my english is not perfect.. hope u can understand me..
     

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  6. shartlza

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    I did notice my Polar Pro did not effect the H3-3D, but to be safe i did counter balance it. Mine is just about perfectly balanced with this method.
     

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