I am throwing the question out to the community to try and get some tips on better isolation techniques for video capture on a multicopter.

We are flying a HEX here at work, and while stills come out just fine, we still have some jello issues on video.

Is this simply a rolling shutter issue, or do we need to take a long hard look at better isolating the camera gimbal from the noise of the copter...and what suggestions do people have?  We currently have rubber isolation grommets separating the platform on which the camera rests from the gimbal assembly itself.

Any suggestions or direction would be appreciated.

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Here is a link you might find useful in your search :) http://diydrones.com/forum/topics/getting-rid-of-the-jello-effect

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