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Zenmuse Alignment after crash

Discussion in 'Zenmuse H3-3D/H4-3D GoPro Gimbal' started by Creek.Jumper, Sep 14, 2014.

  1. Creek.Jumper

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    Hi, I had a hard landing today :oops:

    I bent the side arm of the zenmuse H3-3d. After an hour or so of taking it apart and bending the arm back to what seems straight, it seems to be "almost" working again.

    I noticed the camera angle would never go vertical. I did a calibration and still no luck.

    I was able to adjust with the gimbal limits and the rang of motion is good now.

    The only thing I notice -the gopro is 1/16 inch lower on the left side of the phantom, so its not sitting flush. Is there some way to adjust this?
     
  2. pipito

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    mine too but fix it on post easily. specially if you shoot 2k
     
  3. Creek.Jumper

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    How do you fix it in post? Can it be done in gopro studio?

    Anyone else have any input? When I film I can definitely notice.