Hi all! I'm having big difficulties obtaining reasonable stable video footage with my CS6. I've read most threads here related to the problem and made many different test but without any major success. This is my setup: - CS6 with 500 mm booms, 2-axis gimbal with Radian gyros - Wookong M with gains set to 175, 125, 175, 75 for P, R, Y, V and 65, 65 for attitude - Motor idle speed set to maximum - Motors are standard (came with the frame) 3328 700 rpm/V - 14x4.7 APC propellers well balanced - ESC are Maytech 45A opto with Simon K firmware - Batteries are 2x6000 mAh 4S - Futaba T8FG radio, all S-bus connected - Radian gains 100%, 100% - Camera weight 930 gr (Panasonic GH3) - AUW (total weight) 5400 gr - Vibration damping is standard (all red rings) I realize the roll axis stability issue could be caused by either a "nervous hexacopter" or improper adjusted gimbal (or maybe both). Therefore I mounted a 2:nd camera (GoPro) hard to the frame and created a synchronized video with the content from both cameras. By watching the video one can see that after 1:20 it seems that the Radian roll gyro is twitching a lot. There was a moderate to light with during this flight. My cheap old DJI FlameWeel with GoPro gives better video footage :-( Could anyone please give me a clue of where I should start!? Many thanks in advance for any kind of help!