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Testing for jitter using TACO-RC ND4

grizzard

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I'm tuning the yaw jitter out somewhat by raising the ISO, using a ND4 filter, and slowing the Yaw, and then bringing back in color and lowering brightness. All the settings are in the video. I can't get shutter down to 2x fps ... but it's doable at 1/160. It helped me ... your mileage may differ. .

 
I think I've tried about every combination I can think of and the Yaw "jitter control" is going to depend more on the right smooth settings and a steady hand then finding the perfect filter. But any filter should make some improvement. A darker filter would have required a more sensitive ISO setting with more noise. I was an overcast gloomy day and had just stopped raining so there was not a lot of brightness in the day. The best setting for me so far has been 2.7K at 30 fps. Here are some more tests.

1FXXX Feb 16 DJi Support 3.8K 30 fps 60 Shutter.MP4
1CXXX Feb 16 DJi Support 2.7K 24 fps 50 Shutter.MP4
1B Feb 16 DJi Support 2.7K 30 fps 60 Shutter.MP4
1DXXX Feb 16 DJi Support 2.7K 30 fps 60 Shutter.MP4
1A Feb 16 DJi Support 2.7K 24 fps 50 Shutter.MP4
1EXXX Feb 16 DJi Support 3.8K 24 fps 50 Shutter.MP4
 
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