Uhh..gotta give us more. Shakey comes in various forms.I am a newbie with a Mavic Pro drone. I went and shot some video the other day and it came out shakey. Can someone give me some pointers or some ideas to fix it.
Jello. If your gimbal is located the way it should and rubbers are not damaged likely it's hardware issue of the camera board inside. You can try FW refresh IMU and gimbal calibration but if that does not cure it (prob not) it has to go for repair. Sorry for bad news.Sorry my first video was the wrong one. I swapped it out with the correct video.
Well after doing a little more reading I decided to calibrate my IMU, I'll have to go back out and see what it does after that.
Wise choice. Tinkering can be lotta fun but this one likely needs a new gimbal board. Without proper diagnostics you will lose a lot of time and no improvement. Good luck and post the result if you like.I think I'll ship it off and let the pro's take a look at it. Took it up last night and the video feed would also go blank for a couple seconds then come back on. It did that about three times on a very short flight, plus the wobble was still there.
That's great to hear! Hope it stays that way now. By the first signs it goes bad again have it checked though. The temp should not have been a factor to start with and usb...using the side port always gave issues but never jello.Good news, I finally got everything working great. There were only two changes made. 1st the temperature was in the 50's not down in the 20's like the last time. The 2nd thing I changed was the USB cord. I use an ipad Mini and I noticed that I would randomly lose connection from the controller to the ipad. I was still able to control the mavic pro so I bought a new USB cord.
Now I know your going to say neither of those things would have caused the problems I had in that last video, but all I can say is that now everything is working. Go figure!!!