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Herringbone effect

Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by fly-catchers, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. fly-catchers

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    Hi,
    I have recently got myself a P2 with zenmuse and FPV. That is a Boscam Thunderbolt and Bocam monitor. I also am using a cloverleaf cloud spirit antenna. I also have a mini IOSD fitted. When using the FPV I am getting a good clear image but overlaided with a moving herringbone effect. Is there any way of reducing/removing this effect?

    thanks

    bill
     
  2. ThePhantom

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    With a GoPro? Try using an ND filter or a Sunshade on your GoPro and it will eliminate all that.
     
  3. fly-catchers

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    Thanks for that. But the video itself is fine the herringbone effect is just on the live output to the FPV monitor. More like electrical interference.
     
  4. Danny-B-

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    Probs interference from the ESCs .. how is your vTX soldered?
    I connect mine through the balance lead so there is no chance of interference, most people use an LC filter instead, then you can just solder the vTX to the board.