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Gimbal slightly tilted w/pics - pls help!

Discussion in 'Zenmuse H3-3D/H4-3D GoPro Gimbal' started by imprimatur, Jun 28, 2014.

  1. imprimatur

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    Hello guys,

    After a VRS crash, my video and pictures have been tilted. I was reading posts around here and some say you should check if the mount is bended (in my case it was slightly bended, and I fixed it - it looks good now). Everything else seems okay. I did the EMU calibration in a straight surface, and tried to do the advanced one but it kept saying it was too hot. Couldn't get passed thru that in several attempts.





    I will be adding more pics of the gimbal itself. I would appreciate it very much if you guys can point me in the right direction. Suggestions, tips, hints...

    Thanx again!!!
     

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  2. imprimatur

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    Here is the gimbal:





    Does yours look like this at this angle? I am wondering if its bended here or thats the way it is:




    Thx again!
     

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  3. imprimatur

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    some more useful pics:




    This is how the mount looks like (horizontal view):
     

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    Go back into assistant and do an ADVANCED IMU calibration on a perfectly level surface. If you get the "too hot" error, click through that - it's a bug in assistant software since day one.
     
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    Thanks for your reply! I did that but the gimbal is still not straight :cry:
     
  6. imprimatur

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    Does yours look like this?

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    is that angle there normal?