Jellyeffect when filming

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Jellyeffect when filming

Post by fstop11 » 19 May 2018, 11:18

Hi

New to this and this forum but i seek some help, i got me a Parrot Bebop 1 and it flyes fairly well but i got a problem with the movies i get. It looks like it "jelly" a kind of waveform thar i think comes from interferens from the motors, i tryed all settings and it doesent help, it look like crap. And the files i get is not very sharp, what can be wrong?.

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Re: Flickering when filming

Post by AR.Tommy » 19 May 2018, 12:55

Hello,

can you provide a sample video? Usually this is the result of vibrations. Maybe the propellers are out of balance.
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Re: Flickering when filming

Post by fstop11 » 19 May 2018, 14:09

Here it is, did a small 20 sec bit of it. You can se the "wave" disturbens in it.
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Re: Flickering when filming

Post by fstop11 » 19 May 2018, 14:10

As far i can tell the props is in balance and nothing seems to be lose.

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Re: Jellyeffect when filming

Post by Tsarkoff » 18 Jun 2018, 23:20

How did you check the propellers are in balance?
I had that effect on my Bebop 2. Reasons are following: unbalanced propellers, bent shafts of cages, propellers blades are noted leveled. To balance perfectly you need to use special balancer (search YouTube), to level blades I used a can of Coke. Put the can near the blade, memorize the position, then spin to the next blade and look if it is on the same level. If not you can bend it up or down a little bit. Repeat until all the blades are leveled up. Also check motor screws. They all should be tighten up. And check 4 shafts at the bottom

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