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Standard video not stable after minor crash

Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by Richard65, Feb 28, 2016.

  1. Richard65

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    I was amazed at the quality of video from my p3s but then I had a minor crash and after that I have the problem of the video seems to shake or have jitter. I have looked the gimble over and I don't see anything wrong. does anyone have any idea of what I can do before I send it off for a big repair bill?
     
  2. DroneDestination

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    Try a gimbal calibration, IMU cal, and make sure that all your cables are tightly connected. Also check your anti-vibration mounting plate for cracks, loose/missing rubber balls or loose screws.
     
  3. Richard65

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    checked all that, and still same problem
     
  4. With The Birds

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    Tou may have bent the yaw arm enough to be causing binding. It doesnt take much.
     
  5. mdowney58

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    And not to forget the simple stuff first, did you make sure that neither 2 of the gimble drop pins came out during the light crash?

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  6. Eighth

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    Change your props....had the same problem...new props cured camera vibration


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