260Driver wrote:theclymb.com has the new Drift HD for $240. You have to be a member to buy, but membership is free and anyone can join.
blackrock wrote:Jello - That is what my in-flight images look like. The mount is very solid so I don't think it is camera shake. Is any one else having this problem with their Drift Stealth at 1080p mode?
182 STOL driver wrote:Very interesting --- I saw a article in a R/C model airplane Magazine using servos and old radio to change direction/elevation of camera . I have a old 3 channel and servos(270 degree travel) hmmm. I'd like to be able to turn it on or off when i want -also saw the remote they had . Thinking of a 1/2 shaped ball (clear) mounted on wing tip( or inspection cover) with forward /aft /and side views. I'd like a monitor screen to see what the camera is aimed at --- maybe blue tooth or hard wired hmmm. It'd be cool to have 2x,4x or variable telescopic remotely from cockpit in flight --- HD video .I've also got more channels R/C units up to 8 channels and boxes of servos.
So, my question for you guys that had this problem is, what did you do to alleviate it? For example, did you add a certain type of material for padding to take out some of the vibration and if so, where and how did you add it? Any info would be appreciated and pics of your setup would be even better!
Bump the screen rate up to 60fps. That seemed to do the trick for me. After trying several things, best I could determine is that there was too much vibration with the airplane at certain speeds. Downside is that you can only shoot at 720.
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