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Ruined a nice shot yesterday

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Went out to shoot on the water yesterday and decided to shoot a panaramic view of a local spot by using the camera gimbal, rather than by yawing the craft. I set the speed slow with the yaw knob on the controller (like I used to do with a my Typhoon) and the motion was jerky with the turning, rather than smooth, looked like it jerked a few degrees, stopped, then jerked a few degrees again. At the time, I thought I was getting lag since there were power lines in the way. Are there any known problems with the gimbal or control knob or could it have simply been interference?
 
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Often the jerking has nothing to do with the gimbal or the camera, but with the Micro SD Card used.
This must be a U3 with the fastest possible write function.

Greetings Enrico
 
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Are you using additional filters whose weight could cause gimbal to not remain balanced?
Have you tried to recalibrate gimbal?
I recalibrated the gimbal and am using no filters or equipment different from OEM. I'm going to do some more testing when I can get back out there, but since I didn't have the problem on the first few flights, am now assuming it's signal related. I'm going to try some new antennas, at least for the control ones.
 
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