GoPro Wire Rope Mount with Furniture Coasters

 

 

 I built this Wire Rope GoPro mount out of a couple of Furniture leg coasters, a Bicycle Brake cable and some electrical brass wire connectors removed from their plastic housing. Test flown this morning and here is the result.

I'm very pleased with the video as I have tried many ways to remove the rolling shutter effect previously and this is by far the most effective. The video is shot on a GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition @1080p 60fps. I have also briefly tested it on my old GoPro Hero 1 @1080p 30fps and got similar results.

I'm flying the wire mount on a Reptile 500 quad Frame from Himodel.com and its on the APM2.5 stock 2.91 quad firmware.

 

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Comment by Yusuf Pirgali on March 11, 2013 at 4:40am

Hi Weelian, we must surf the same sites and blogs :-) i am now trying to get this type of vibration isolation but on a 2 axis gimble, if you have any ideas let me know.. :-)

Comment by weelian soh on March 11, 2013 at 5:27am

Heh heh, I was thinking about how to adapt this wire suspension mount into a 2 axis gimbal myself! I have some ideas floating in my head at the moment. Will definitely let you know once I come out with it. BTW, your personal blog is pretty cool! You have very interesting projects going on.

Comment by weelian soh on March 11, 2013 at 5:28pm

Here's the video after applying Deshaker V3 filter on it to remove the jitters.

Comment by weelian soh on June 12, 2013 at 3:09am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwQaflBvWLQ

I decided to get a ready made 2 axis gimbal.

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