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What`s the best way to avoid yaw movement (3rd axis)

Discussion in 'Zenmuse H3-2D GoPro Gimbal' started by javi2014, Apr 5, 2014.

  1. javi2014

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    Hi, I sadly realized that H3-2D works pretty well except when there is some wind and the wind rotates the phantom. I didn´t know that If I wanted to stabilize in this axis I needed a 3 axis gimbal. Now I know something more :).

    So the question is, what´s the better way to stabilize the footage in third axis having a Zenmuse H3-2D? I slowed down the yaw gain in NAZA assistant to have more accurate control of the phantom but I think it is less responsive to the wind, correct me If I´m wrong.

    So, any idea to improve the footage? which gain levels do you use? Which silent block color? Somebody has done some DIY to reduce it? Any idea would be appreciated.

    Thanks!
     
  2. adamgoodsell46

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    Keep turning (carving) with the phantom was the best way for me. I love the h3-3d now.

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  3. AerialJerseyDevil

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    Yeah, this isn't easy with any wind over 10-15 mph. Easiest wat I've found was to keep moving slow and never leave right thumb off the stick, even a little bit will " force" copter into doing something other than let wind control it.