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Bad Jello, got a couple of questions

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Mossie, Mar 27, 2015.

  1. Mossie

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    This is a shot of a video I took late this afternoon. This is the worst jello I've seen since I got my Inspire a couple of months ago.

    1. I was only using the clear filter, do you think it would have been less jelloed if I'd used the darker filter.

    2. When I brought her in closer and started flying round the garden , the jello disappeared completely. Why would that be ?

    3. When I played the video through my 4 K TV, the jello was a lot less evident ???

    Sorry that's 3 questions !

     
  2. mdomeny

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    i also experienced some jello but i am asuming its the unbalanced props in horizontal and vertical direction though... du-bro has a good balancer.
     
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    Actually I was wondering whether it might need the props balancing. I've never balanced the props on any drone I've ever had, so maybe I ought to start now.
     
  4. White Airwolf

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    From what I understand is that the Inspire props don't need balancing.
    Also, try taking some garbage bag tie wraps around the gimbal mount and tighten the unit a little tighter than it is. This should help.
     
  5. White Airwolf

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    Another solution is to just add cream and it should taste really nice! Lol!
     
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    OK thanks, any chance of a piccy to see where you mean ??
     
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    Use the ND filter when in bright to moderate daylight.

    Balance your props.

    Do IMU calibration on a perfectly level surface.

    Don't forget to raise your landing gear! :)