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Balancing problem iPhone 7+ NOT solved
482 4 2017-3-18 04:04:18
Seldomdk
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This is what the Osmo mobile looks like with my iPhone 7 plus attached and the arm fully extended.

I've read about extending the arm beyond the friction point, unscrewing the adjustment knob fully, pulling it all the way to a complete stop (goes "clack" at the end stop when pulling it)
But still not balanced. It's got a .3 mm tempered glass screen protecter attached, but no case.

Is it a faulty unit or what should I do?


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2017-3-18 04:04:18
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tjalex
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normally once you on the osmo. it will auto set it to be in perfect manner.
2017-3-18 07:33:15
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Seldomdk
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tjalex Posted at 2017-3-18 07:33
normally once you on the osmo. it will auto set it to be in perfect manner.

Well, I CAN make it calibrate, but I'm worried about overstraining the gimbal motors.
From what I understand, others (DJIKen) can make an iPhone 7+ balance passively
2017-3-18 08:38:14
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MrPatrickHenry
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I have my iphone 7 plus with the 3.5mm jack connected to Rode mic i have to extend the phone off a little and then counter balance the offset with a bag of coins. ...
I am hoping the DJI Osmo 2 will be iphone 7Plus friendly.

I def would calibarate it.
2017-3-19 11:27:34
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young-nyc 3
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the glass screen protector should have no effect on the balancing of the left and right.
I would definitely contact customer service, Mine balances very well (although no glass protector) and sometimes forget that i actually have the unit turned off.

good luck
2017-3-20 19:22:16
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