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Phantom1 and Zenmuse H3-2D...camera tilt speed?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by windrockwater, Oct 13, 2014.

  1. windrockwater

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    So i read alot of posts on here but still am confused. I have a Phantom 1 with the Zenmuse H3-2d. I installed a little lever on the back of my DJI controller to operate the tilt of the camera. The issue i am having is that it tilts every fast . Which basically results in bad video. Can I slow down the tilt speed to get usable footage that contains the tilt? Or do i have to basically edit-out any camera tilting?
     
  2. smallman28

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    Mine was naff,no matter how many calibrations I did it was still all or nothing.
    I got one of these

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221561564374

    20 minutes soldering and drilling and I have a gimbal that I can control and stop it where I want it to :)
     
  3. Pacific Barbarian

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    Just did that on my h3-3d tonite, not sure if it helps, but you can do it in the assistant software under advanced, gimbal, tilt control gain. Set it at 1 which is the slowest and I am happy with that.
     
  4. windrockwater

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    I will try that later today and post back! Thanks.
     
  5. windrockwater

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    Changing the Manual Control Speed for PITCH-X1 had no effect :(
     
  6. OI Photography

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    That's a P2-only setting I'm afraid (not in P1's)
     
  7. windrockwater

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    Thats what I thought. Too bad!