Has anyone successfully flown a Canon T2i resulting in stable video? I've gone through hours upon hours of testing with my CS8/3-axis carrying a T2i with Nikon 24mm (using Canon adapter ring) and have yet to achieve any video I would consider usable. This boils down to one or more of three conclusions: the Radians are bad, the servos are bad, and/or the T2i simply isn't a good camera to fly. However, I get pretty stable footage when the Radians are powered off which leads me to believe it's not the camera or the copter itself. My latest gain adjustments succeeded in reducing chatter but were too low to allow the gimbal to keep up with the copter movements so I either get a gimbal that keeps the video level but chatters like hell or relatively smooth performance but the video rocks left and right and front to back. Is it at all possible that there's a minimum weight requirement for the gimbal and the load I'm carrying is too light to dial in properly?? HELP!!! This is driving me to the brink of insanity. Dan PS - If there is anyone in Los Angeles that might be able to help me directly, I would be very grateful. My final step is to send my setup to Quadrocopter so they can figure it out but would really like to reserve that as my last option.