I've actually never mounted a camera on my quad or heli but I'm nealy 100% sure it's vibration. Not sure how you have it mounted but maybe try to isolate it more from the frame.
That strikes me as being motion blurr more than vibration. Just because it seems blurred in one direction, not random. What was the shutter speed?
But it could be vibration. This is a very common problem. You need to isolate the camera properly. Do you have any pictures of your setup.
I believe that camera also had image stabilization. That can actually make things worse. Some cameras just don't do well in aerial photography because their OIS system reacts badly to vibes. The pictures turn out worse than non-stabilized cameras on the same mount. You might try turning off OIS if you can.
Hello my friend, it doesn't seem that you have vibration issues, but i suppose camera is somewere under the wing.. so fairther from roll axis your are the greater the constant movement.. try put your cam near to fuse. second possible problem is that you are blocking the light sensor with your mount and cam "thinks" that you shoot at night and extends exposure time (i thing its at the right side from flash), make a hole or something..
cover camera with your palm and half klik the shutter, its the easiest way to figure out if there is any sensor, if there is, everything should seem brighter thru the screen, also enable flash or manualy put iso to 100-200 max, then extend your hand and travel cam from left to right with 2 sec travel time and check results. lower res to 12mp. if any of this dosent help in flight but pics are fine on ground checks then you should place your cam near fuse.
We need to know the shutter speed, to be able to help you... if it was below 1/100th, then we have the reason for the motion blur ;-)
Try setting the camera on Shutter priority. Select at least 1/500 or more shutter speed for a sharp photo.
Agree, (I have found shutter speed 1/600 - 1/800 to work well with an un-dampened camera). Besides, turn of all "auto-functions" (zoom, focus, etc), fix focus at "infinate".
thank you everybody im just waiting for the next sunny day !!!
Its definitely your shutter speed :)