Hi , Id like to ask about anyone elses experience with the iflight g40 gimbal. Have any of you had it working well before without vibration issues? did you experience problems with vibrations making it unusable for video? I bought one and since getting it I have not been able to get rid of the excessive vibration no matter the set up or mount making it unusable to collect stable footage. It works but it will not work without the vibration effecting the video quality. I had a representative give me a reason that it was not meant for video only photos and I have seen this commented in a youtube video comment as well but this is just ridiculous. If the gimbal shakes then it is neither good for video or photo's. Your opinion or findings would be much appreciated as the company that sold me this are not helpful and I would like to find a solution otherwise I am going to have to return it but I think there must be others who have used it and had it perform ok. Or does anyone know of a good gimbal for the Sony A6000?
Couple months old but... yeah, I have this gimbal, and it's been a struggle. I've spend hours and hours working on it, tuning it, balancing it, never can get it to be vibe free. Sometimes I think I have it, then I take it outside, and boot it up, no good, vibrating again.
I've been getting frustrated with AlexMos software, assuming that is the problem, but maybe it's actually the mechanics?
Interesting, and disappointing. :(
I find it shocking that they say it's just for still photos. A servo gimbal will work for stills!
I wonder what the issue is? The motors are too weak, or the structure?
Yeah, I don't really understand what the issue is. I have seen plenty of commentary about these single-supported pitch axes not working. But, in my Mech Eng opinion, it shouldn't be a problem. First, because, if it was a problem on pitch, why isn't it a problem on roll all the gimbals with single support on role, which is most of them? That bearing has even more load on it. Secondly, my subjective opinion is, it's plenty stiff.
However, this is the second gimbal of this style I have tried, which just doesn't work. So I don't know.
I'm probably going to try the Infinity MR-S if I can find the money. I've seen lots of good reviews of that one.