12-27-2018 12:56 AM
During video recording the picture now is wobbly across the screen when in flight on my RC Heli. Stationary the picture/recording is stable. Obviously an induced vibration is being sensed within causing the picture to go wavey. Is this a repairable condition?
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12-27-2018 01:41 AM
12-27-2018 01:41 AM
12-27-2018 02:45 AM
Probably a stupid question, was the footage fine before you dropped it. Any device such as the gopro with a rolling shutter can suffer from high frquency vibration, this is more widely known as jello. It can be reduced by using ND filters (not sure ifyou can get them for the session). Why don't you post some links to videos if you can.
12-27-2018 04:37 AM - edited 12-27-2018 04:38 AM
Dampners is key that will stop the vibration, the camera is shock proof about 4 ft If I used a filter the vibration be gone butno filterused for me and you can see position isalso key.
12-27-2018 04:44 AM
Nice vid @fishycomics
Music reminded me of after school specials. I kinda expected a star to come across the screen with the words, "The More You Know"
Flying the plane looks fun. Do you also have a drone?
12-27-2018 10:50 AM
Thanks Andy for an encouraging possibility, yes footage was good before the prang (even during it looks impressive)! Am still working on how to edit the clip smaller so I can share it,but Jello effect is good description. Being new to this forum I'm still learning my way around, but will get my act together asap! Had similar experience with my Runcam3 which I took apart but the non waterproof ability killed the electronics when I had to auto into the lake 😥 (https://youtu.be/mit8s6Y-n1a ) My last spin into the tree's proved how robust the GoPro is (https://youth.be/Wr-Z5U8f9eE ) but clipping the powerpole chasing the postie proved too much even for the GoPro! Haven't posted that footage even though it captured the death of the Session 4🙁 I enjoy capturing the 1080 resolution quality,but may have to investigate how to integrate FPV into my learning experiences!