Radian Settings Spreadsheet - Shared on Google Docs

Discussion in 'Radian' started by Gary Haynes, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. Janne Hoglund

    Janne Hoglund Member

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    If not giving us std settings maybe Tabb or Jeff might write a little something how they think in setting up a new bird.
    The hundred of hours they spent setting upp copters and gimbals must have given them some knowledge on things to do and things not to do ;-)
    Please Tabb, a little something?
     
  2. Philipp Goose

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    Today i also finally inserted my Radian Settings for my 3 Axis Cinestasr System!
     
  3. George Mosko

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    i like this idea. if i had any good settings for a heavy camera i would post them, but i am still trying to get my sony fs100 to point where i am happy with the video. one thing i noticed that really made a difference, is check every single screw, and tighten them down hard, even the ones on the roll pivot, and the crossmember holding the three tubes on pan axis. this definitely made a difference for me. all the screws were definitely tight before, but i got a lot less jitter afterwards.
     
  4. Gary Haynes

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    George for the FS100 if you find that the tubes are slipping you mat want to consider getting the metal clamps.
     
  5. Janne Hoglund

    Janne Hoglund Member

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    Thats right Gary, but the problem with that sheet is that its only small sub 5 kg Mk´s.
    Not many Cinestar :-(
    Only one above 5 Kg :-(
    Please include MK Gyro settings in your spreadsheet.
    Best regards.
    /Janne
     
  6. Gary Haynes

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    Janne rather than recreating something that already exists maybe folks could add to the spreadsheet that is already out there?
     
  7. George Mosko

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    Gary, slipping isnt my problem, but i am going to get a few of the alu clamps to go the extra mile.
     
  8. Janne Hoglund

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    Sorry Gary but that sheet contains only one (1) cinestar. Most of the Cinestar users are here...

    Best Regards.

    /Janne
     
  9. Gary Haynes

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    Janne while you are correct about the CS being under represented but from a guidance standpoint I would look at any 8 motor copter. General settings would get you close if the weight/configuration is similar.
     
  10. Janne Hoglund

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    Sorry Gary but only one Copter above 5 kg....

    Jannethestubbornone
     

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