Here are some things you can try. I found prop matching (not to be confused with prop balancing) makes a difference to vibration. Stock DJI props are fairly consistently balanced (mostly) so here is what I do. 1. Download a vibration app for your smart phone, Apple or Android - I'm using Android. 2. If you have several props first fit each blacktop in turn 3. Have the motor being tested with the prop ticking over. 4. Touch the corner of your phone to the underside of the motor while running the app and note the mean or average vibration figure. Take the reading over 30sec or so to get a good average. 5. When you have done this for all your blacktops you will notice the the figures you have noted will vary per prop AND per motor. 6. Put a mark on the prop and matching mark on the arm for your lowest vibration values and always fit that prop to that motor. 5. Do this for each prop and each motor then moving onto the whitetops. Now you will have the least vibration on each motor. My vibration values varied from 1.2 to 2.2. Simple matching the right prop to the right motor significantly reduced vibration. What might give a high vibration on one motor quite often when moved to another motor then gave a lower vibration mean. I am using a 5.4mm lens which is twice the focal length of the stock lens and showed vibration due to the more telephoto effect rather than the stock wide angle one. Hence my journey to read up on how to minimise it. Credit needs given to a post on RCgroups where l first saw this. I also use a Polarising filter and/or a variable ND filter to reduce jello on bright days. But the gimbal will probably need balanced. Thats another story [WHITE SMILING FACE] Some folks have tried the differing isolation rubbers and some have also use the soft ear plugs stuffed into the dampening balls centres - I have not had the need to try these yet. It might be worth trying these techniques. Your mileage may vary of course. [WHITE SMILING FACE] Hope this helps.