Yes but main question goes with what software.. There are two main software groups. One is AlexMos which always will have higher price and another is based Open BLGC written by German users. Majority uses AlexMos due it's features.
This gimbal uses the BLGC software. I have one of these and cannot recomment it because:- Balance is really bad. As pictured the balance is way off. - Heavy- cheap bearring motor's so backlash from the startPrice is quite nice indeed
write better software ....
Here is another 60$ offer: http://witespyquad.gostorego.com/fpv-gear/2-axis-brushless-camera-g...
@robert "write better software" look at the pid controllers and cry:
Nothing more to say.
This 32 Bit part looks interesting: http://witespyquad.gostorego.com/flight-controllers/evvgc-1-3.html
Checking up github there seems to be some very nice code from the - well known - John Ihlein online.
I purchased the Storm gimbal from Helipal.com $179.00. Has a mini USB port but they told me technology so new they had no firmware. Anyone know what it might be? Would love to tweek it if possible. I think they probably used someones stuff and are afraid to admit it. Looks like a Martinez board but not sure. Works well although once in awhile it does a little spasm thing!
I guess I meant software on the storm gimbal?
ive got one of these, wasnt that cheap though...still trally like it. balance is a touch off....i have a 50 pence coin taped on the pitch motor side and use a pound coin tucked in the strap on top of the gopro....pefeck :)
oh i did have to locktite the screws for the frame/arm
Thanks Stuart if your answer was for me. I think I may have the less costly version of the Storm gimbal.
Hi Dave, It was meant about the gimball in the OP. But my mate has one that looks like yours and he likes it.
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