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Steve Carr

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For the early Steady Grip without contacts, you need this cable. One end plugs into the camera and the other end plugs into the connector of the Steady Grip.

YUNEEC Q500 4K CGO3 CONNECTION WIRE (AIRCRAFT TO CAMERA)
That cable won't work with the CGO2. It had a special cable with 2 pig tails

This is the correct one but I don't know anyone who has it in stock
 
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I have the cgo3 steadygrip (actually 2), how do you get it to work with the cgo2 camera?
Cletus
You should have the cable that came with the camera. It plugs into the Q500 and will also plug into the Steady Grip
 
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Thanks Steve, a little detail I did not know.
Not well known because there aren't many people around who owned one. I've owned them all :). The guy who bought mine is still flying it.
I did find the cable in the EU.
 
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Anytime I put the cgo2 on the steadygrip (steadygrip is for my 4k setup) i get a message that there is no sd card inserted. I've tried to get it working with 2 different steadygrips and 2 different sd cards. The camera works when on the drone.
 

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