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    Smile New guy with Latrax Alias camera question

    Hello everyone,

    My name is Paul, and I am kind of new to quadcopters. I love flying my Alias, and I have a question. I find the camera takes nice video, but it is very wavy from time to time. I imagine this is due to vibration, and the camera being firmly mounted to the copter. Any advice on how to tone down the wavy video? Thank you for the help.

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    Ive heard of people putting an o-ring between the camera and the quad. I havent tried it, but i think it may help a little.

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    There's a lot of tricks for jello removal. The best I have found (thought its not the most practical if you want to continue to use the landing gear, is a double plate that is joined using zip ties. Here'a a video on making one. It does work very well, but you can't really use this with the camera from LaTrax. It works great with my 808 #16 camera though.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuNhiJAVum0

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    One other interesting option is this:

    http://flitetest.com/articles/dead-s...r-mobius-gopro

    Seems to work pretty well too, at least with my simple indoor tests. When the weather clears, I'll give this a test outside and see how it works.

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