Yes the servo is over the top but we had them in stock, the servo programmer worked with them, 20g heavier than my other servo , flies fine.good to hear that
mine servos have arrived, but haven't tested them yet, will try to figure out this week
hoping to do the project till end of this year
Hitec hs-7955TG 65 grams semi heavy but looks serious
Nice image, looks cold. My horizon is not quite straight either, i am going to do another level cal, but its not woorying me too much and can straighten in photoshop.
Love the image, great scene, well done. Strange you are still having the issue with the shutter servo, do you have another servo you could try to eliminate it.had a flight febore new year - gray weather, snow, rain.
will remove the servo for shutter release, becouse mine 3DR bahavior stayed the same- don't know or understand the reason why
tested in low altitude in front of me - sometimes, when pressing pause button for 2 sec, raises altitude, sometimes drops, some times stay still - most times drops or raises, so no relieble for me - will try to use intervalometer instead.
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Sounds like its not servo then. I wonder what happens if you disconnect the servo, fly the bird and long press and short press the pause button. Would be interesting to see if the bird gains or looses altitude.My guess, it's not servo based problem, couse already with other servos and mount was the same problem. I even resoldered +5v/ ground to main board instead in taking from gimbal conector. Maybe bad soldering on PIN19
Great pano, saw already in other thread.
that's, what I`ll test tomorrowI wonder what happens if you disconnect the servo, fly the bird and long press and short press the pause button. Would be interesting to see if the bird gains or looses altitude.