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You have to say 6 like Eugene off the Preacher   :D
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26 May 2020 13:56:11
You have to say "six" with the right accent..........
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Yes... I'm daft. I can now spell 6. :laugh:
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Guys, new here but am I being daft? I can't post a new post because apparently I don't know how many props a hexcopter has... got to be 6 right? Cheers!
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Cheep eBay Gimbals What's the MAX weight the Camera can be

Started by Paul-H, Monday,April 11, 2016, 18:32:33

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Hi all

With the Cheep';ish ebay/Banggood 2 Axis Gimbals like this one http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/121654894354 anyone know what the max weight the camera can be, its never mentioned in the listings

I did try a small compact camera that I have that does record video and that weighed in at around 140g which was obviously to heavy as with the motor power turned up to full 255 it was unable to control it.

GoPro';s look to be around 40g and a test weight of that amount was easily controlled by the gimbal, so will probably go for one of those or the many much lower priced clones like the Turnigy version but does anyone one know what their maximum weight is.