Micro Vibrations

Discussion in 'Freefly Tero' started by Kevin Schmid, Jun 24, 2015.

  1. Andy Johnson-Laird

    Andy Johnson-Laird Administrator
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    Hi Kevin: It's hard to give specific values -- just use Autotune with the gimbal mounted as you're going to use it -- set the Autotune percentage to 70% before you do the Autotune, though (if it's not already set to that)....then fine tune pitch, roll, and yaw if you are not getting the responses you want (e.g. it's not tracking fast enough...)

    Andy.
     
  2. Kevin Schmid

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    THX, will check then soon and do more testing.
    Kevin
     
  3. Adam Hubalovsky

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    Hi Guys!
    The problem is definitely in the low weight of Movi M5 and GH4. I unfortunately don't have any of FreeFly's wonderful gimbals, but I know this issue from smaller GoPro gimbals.
    These up and down vibrations are caused because wire vibration absorbers are very tough for low weight setup like Movi M5 and GH4. It looks like they are set to M15 and RED.
    So add some weight should help (and it helped :) )
     
  4. Kevin Schmid

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    interesting input once again. I for myself was to busy on an other project at the moment, but will continue to optimise, as it really seems that M5 any GH4 ist now enough weight. More info will follow....
     
  5. Mark Hoffman

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    I would suggest unscrewing the 2 middle wire isolators when using lighter loads.
     
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