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23 Aug 2019 19:26:42
I agree it does look a lot better for some reasom SMF shorten any recent posts display  :rolleyes:
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Nice! Looks loads better.  :beer2:
22 Aug 2019 22:47:32
Sorted mate  ~~
22 Aug 2019 10:27:36
Sure. But basically, all the subjects are getting cut off.
21 Aug 2019 18:14:54
Can you pm me a screen shot of what you mean
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Gaza - can you make the subject line section in the forum topic list wider? It's cutting off the subject field really short.
19 Aug 2019 09:14:20
Good for you!  ~~
18 Aug 2019 19:13:57
Had another negative encounter, it's been a few years since the last one, just an uneducated ******, going on about drones being illegal yada yada yada.    :-/
Still that didn't spoil my flying time, had an absolute blast  ~~
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ooooh mrs jones  :D
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D.B. you tightwad.. :cool:
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Gopro video wobble.

Started by WPDruss, Saturday,May 18, 2013, 14:47:31

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Can anyone help me get rid of this wobble?  Is it caused by prop balancing or bad gimbal?


Hi WPDruss and welcome to the forum the biggest cause of the wobbles / jello is props being out of balance do you balance your props and if you do what do you use ?
Its also worth checking your prop adapters to see if any are running out of true take of the props and sight them against some thing straight and vertical you will see easily if they wobble or hold the blade of a shaft of a screw driver on the non threaded part of the adapter if it bounces your adapter is bent it should just sit on there and fell still  ~~


oh yeah, first  of  all  you need to balance all props dynamically .
It usually helps, but might be  not  enough.
You can try  using  some  ear plugs , they are  very  good  at  absorbing vibrations.
here an  example


Thanks guys.  I don';t have anything to balance the props.  I have been using a screw to try and balance them so probably not the most accurate.  Also just put some carbon fibre props on there that I thought were already balanced but they weren';t.  I';ll get a proper balancer today and see if that helps.
I don';t suppose you know anything about PIDs do you?