Hi guys, See attached for our latest custom Cinestar HL build. We have been flying our Black Magic 4K production camera and testing both of our f4 17-40mm and f1.8 85mm Canon lenses on it. Setup: You can see in the picture of the MOVI (on the left side of the image) a black custom power/ signal cable which runs from the back of the MOVI and run along each axis all the way to the tilt axis of the camera. The wires are terminated by XT30 connections so I can change cameras easily and or other modules. There are three silicon wires one to control the camera, an regulated 4S power cable to power the camera and a regulated 12V cable for the SDI to HDMI module and pull focus. It's a neat solution because the wires don't get caught in flight as the MOVI moves around and I can install different cameras quickly by simply unplugging all the wires connected to the tilt axis. The custom wire cable doesn't seem to affect the balance of the MOVI because I have carefully introduced a "relief" half loop near the tilt axis which enables the axis to move freefly and the custom cable just moves around it. Long Lens Experimentation We have been experimenting with longer lenses and are not satisfied with the results so far. Using the 17-40mm lens (and setting to 40mm) you would expect pretty perfect stabilisation in the air (We get almost perfect results using handheld with the 85mm lens on the ground). I have removed the leg extensions of the MOVI thinking that the prop wash was causing vibrations to the legs. It did indeed lead to better stabilisation however still not good enough for commercial work, even in light wind (5-10 knots) conditions. See a video link on youtube: The Alta uses different legs on the MOVI because they were getting in the way of the prop wash and generating vibrations. Just wandering if anyone has any information which may be able to help us. Vibration Isolation We use the blue vibration isolators and typically have been testing in 16deg celcius / 60 deg fahrenheit temperatures. Movi settings After a quick autotune the settings come up as: Pan stiffness: 101 Roll Stiffness: 59 Tilt Stiffness: 37 The Gyro filter and Output filter are both 3. (Should we be changing these numbers?) In the video using the 40mm lens our settings were: Pan stiffness: 215 Roll Stiffness: 62 Tilt Stiffness: 57 Any less on the tilt was causing larger movement in the tilt axis. Thanks guys for any information you may have!