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Is this amount of pan judder normal?

PandaCheese

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Could use some expert eyes to judge whether my MPP's camera/gimbal has too much pan-induced judder. I shot a video of a slow pan (360 degree in about 1:05 min) in [email protected] in auto (so shutter was between 120-240ish). The judder is most visible starting around the 35s mark when panning over some apartments on a hill. Please watch video in full size to see clearly.


I know there has been innumerable threads on this topic but is there something that shows what an unprocessed pan shot should look like on known good hardware?
 

lisadoc

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The judder is most visible starting around the 35s mark when panning over some apartments on a hill. Please watch video in full size to see clearly.
I don't see it, even at full size/resolution. Perhaps the issue is with your playback device or Internet connection not being able to keep up with the video playback, rather than in the video file itself.
 

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Yea seem normal to me, but by no means am I and expert
 

FoxhallGH

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There is some judder, but I think that's to be expected at that rate of rotation ... Are you set in Tripod mode for that rotation? A bit slower and I think you'd be a smooth as silk!!