Can I disable the (servo) gimbal stabilization prior to triggering ?

Im trying to get by using a servo gimbal to stabilize my raspberry camera, but because the servo has limited resolution, the constant tiny but very fast movement is introducing jello in my photo's. Here is an example:

It goes away if I disable the gimbal, because the plane doesnt roll or pitch anywhere as fast as the servo's can move between positions. But of course, without stabilization am not maintaining level camera.

So what Id like to do, is disable the servo's or gimbal stabilization right before triggering the camera, then reenable it after the shot. A few degree off angle isnt nearly as bad as this jello

Is there a way to do this with some custom script?

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That's a great idea! Please post an issue on Github where the Devs will see this. https://github.com/diydrones/ardupilot

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