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G_Sig
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Is this known affect in video coused by prop guards?
Have not seen this before on my P3 Standard.

6-9 17:28
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Labroides
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It might help if you explained what video effect you think you can see.
6-9 17:41
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G_Sig
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Labroides Posted at 6-9 17:41
It might help if you explained what video effect you think you can see.

If you watch the cliffs it is like it move left or right just on parts of picture.
This started when I put the props guards on today and as you can see on the waterfall it was some wind.
6-9 17:48
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ShermanFlyer
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Had to look twice Weird looking. Never seen that effect before.
6-9 18:08
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G_Sig
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ShermanFlyer Posted at 6-9 18:08
Had to look twice  Weird looking. Never seen that effect before.

Its more clear on this what happen on this one in full screen.
6-9 19:19
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G_Sig Posted at 6-9 19:19
Its more clear on this what happen on this one in full screen.

The wavy effect is called 'Jello Effect', it is caused by vibration in the camera. This thread tells you how to cure it: https://forum.dji.com/thread-34408-1-1.html

And to be honest, I would remove the prop guards, they are more trouble than they are worth.
6-9 22:46
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G_Sig Posted at 6-9 19:19
Its more clear on this what happen on this one in full screen.
https://youtu.be/mOM_okhdPAA

Much more noticeable on that clip, looks like there is a cure below.
6-10 03:39
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Hello and good day G_Sig. I am sorry for the trouble and thank you for reaching out. It seems that there is a jello effect on the video that you have captured. Kindly please try the following troubleshooting methods to see if the issue on the said video will still persist. First, please check whether the gimbal clamp has been removed. Second, please check whether the video was recorded at a place where winds were strong. The jello effect may occur in the video shot in a place where winds are strong. Third, check whether the vibration absorbers are damaged and check whether the propellers are damaged. Finally please calibrate the IMU and gimbal as well. Thank you.
6-10 09:48
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If the problem started when you have the prop guards then I would remove them
6-10 14:48
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BagoDJIoperator84 Posted at 6-10 14:48
If the problem started when you have the prop guards then I would remove them

Yep agree. Film say a wall with and without guards and see if issue still present.
6-10 16:46
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Geebax Posted at 6-9 22:46
The wavy effect is called 'Jello Effect', it is caused by vibration in the camera. This thread tells you how to cure it: https://forum.dji.com/thread-34408-1-1.html

And to be honest, I would remove the prop guards, they are more trouble than they are worth.

Thanks for the info. It looks it is OK to use the prop guard in no wind.
The reason for using it is that these birds fly by their own rules.
6-10 16:54
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G_Sig
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DJI Stephen Posted at 6-10 09:48
Hello and good day G_Sig. I am sorry for the trouble and thank you for reaching out. It seems that there is a jello effect on the video that you have captured. Kindly please try the following troubleshooting methods to see if the issue on the said video will still persist. First, please check whether the gimbal clamp has been removed. Second, please check whether the video was recorded at a place where winds were strong. The jello effect may occur in the video shot in a place where winds are strong. Third, check whether the vibration absorbers are damaged and check whether the propellers are damaged. Finally please calibrate the IMU and gimbal as well. Thank you.

Thanks for the reply. The reason for this jello effect is the prop guards and wind.
Have tested it in no wind and all seams OK.
6-10 17:02
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G_Sig
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BagoDJIoperator84 Posted at 6-10 14:48
If the problem started when you have the prop guards then I would remove them

Its more the wind which cause this. Adding prop guards in no wind has no effect.
6-10 17:07
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G_Sig
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sky wombat Posted at 6-10 16:46
Yep agree. Film say a wall with and without guards and see if issue still present.

See post #13 .
6-10 17:13
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G_Sig Posted at 6-10 17:07
Its more the wind which cause this. Adding prop guards in no wind has no effect.

Oh okay, great stuff.... I hope to visit Iceland one day
6-10 17:41
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G_Sig Posted at 6-10 16:54
Thanks for the info. It looks it is OK to use the prop guard in no wind.
The reason for using it is that these birds fly by their own rules.
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I had a bird trying to kick the Spark while I was coming in for landing but the Spark did not budge one bit.  Having no prop guards would cut the birds making them stay away on a second attack.
6-11 08:09
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Yes Jello effect !

I used to have a P2 + Gopro etc, would get it odd times.

Now I have a P4A + not seen it since my upgrade.








6-11 08:12
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G_Sig Posted at 6-10 17:02
Thanks for the reply. The reason for this jello effect is the prop guards and wind.
Have tested it in no wind and all seams OK.

Thank you for the given update G_Sig. Have a safe and happy flying always.
6-11 08:46
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