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    Hey all – finally got my mini tri back in the air after an interaction with a tree… Put the session 5 on board today and the form factor is great, but the footage is not much good – way too much jello. Anyone got tips to get rid of it?

    Admittedly I did just velcro it to the mobius plate then put a wrap strap over it. Would some closed cell foam be worth a shot? What are others doing?




    Jello is, as you obviously know, due to vibrations combined with the rolling shutter of the camera. The only way to get rid of jello is to “eat” it 😉 And by that I mean, make sure your props are very well balanced and if possible, also balance your motors. I know, balancing the motors is not so easy, but using this video as an inspiration, it should be possible to use CleanFlight motor tab to speed up one motor after the other and check vibration graphs from the FC to see where the point of least vibrations could be:

    That is if you don’t want to build the Dynamic Prop Balancer from https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2337523-Dynamic-Propeller-Balancer-Build 😉


    You can balance the motors using a zip-tie, just like David did in the old days with the DT750s! 🙂

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