Aloha everyone. Please be gentle with me as I ask this newbie question. Hehe. :lol: Now that I have my Fatshark + Arris CM2000 Gimbal. My goal was to have the Fatshark as a video montior/FPV so that I can frame my shots better instead of guessing the shots. My wonderful brain thought it was a good idea to slap a velcro on top of the gopro camera and have the CMOS camera directly on top of the gopro! That way, I can have the most accurate shot frame possible since the CMOS too was on the gimbal. I actually have juuuust enough clearance while its mounted and it doesn't interfere with pitch at all, however... Once the Arris is powered on and the CMOS is "mounted" to the gopro, it does this weird bouncing/oscillations thing on the ROLL axis; just bounces down-up, down-up, down-up, until of course I take it off....and its perfect again!! I checked all wire clearances and theres nothing tugging the CMOS at all. And the CMOS seems light as a feather (seems is the keyword). Its hard to believe something that light could affect the roll stabilization. Since I am new to "tweaking" the Arris software settings, I only know the basics. Mabye anyone with experience with the Arris software (or similar) can give me a few settings tips or pointers? I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks!