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Tarot T-2D Brushless Gimbal Kit for 3D Robotics IRIS+, Quad, Y6, and Y8+
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- Support GoPro HERO3 video auxiliary output (cable sold separately)
- Working voltage: DC 7.4V ~ 14.8V (Recommended 12V, three lithium battery)
- Working current: 200 mA-500 mA (power supply voltage and the motor related)
- Processor: Dual 32-bit high-speed ARM core processor
- Maximum angular rate : 2000 / sec
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The T-2D offers manual camera control from your controller's Tilt knob, but the model you get from 3DR is also specially configured to allow the autopilot to control the camera automatically, which is critical to using applications like 3PV Follow Me mode on IRIS+. This T-2D ships pre-assembled by 3DR, and includes the mounting plate and hardware for our 2014 Quad, Y6, and X8.
Tarot T-2D Brushless Gimbal Kit
Mounting Plate to Mount the Gimbal to 2014 Quad, Y6, and X8
Tarot Brushless Gimbal with IRIS and IRIS+ Mounting Plate
IRIS and IRIS+ Mounting Hardware
Top Customer Reviews
My biggest complaint is attaching the camera. You have to screw the camera into the gimbal. With the design, you do not have access to the USB ports, SD card, and you cannot remove the battery. Any of these would have been useful for either charging camera, quickly loading videos, or at least swapping batteries.
The exposed boards are a concern to me. No problems so far, but seems odd that they would not enclose.
Not sure if this is Tarot or 3D Robotics, but the legs on drone need to be longer. The camera will bump the ground on uneven surfaces. One more inch of clearance would have been nice.
I think a better design would also allow you to put the camera in its protective case. I find it odd that so much effort was put into securing the camera to the gimbal, but a rough landing could destroy the thing.
For a start the design is terrible, you have to unscrew 2 long screws every time you want to charge the GoPro's battery or remove the memory card to transfer video.
There isn't even room to plug into the USB to transfer/charge that way.
But worst of all is the bounciness.
I have tried everything possible, including spending hours adjusting the gimbal settings and no difference.
Based other people's suggestions I have bought progressively more expensive things to try and remove the shuddering; like carbon fiber props, prop balancer, firmer dampening balls, the list goes on..
NOTHING removes the annoying bounciness, it makes all of my videos completely useless. I would strongly suggest looking around for another brand of gimbal.
You also have to be careful that, if you are using FPV, the cable connecting the camera to the FPV transmitter can get wrapped around the shaft for the pitch motor. I am still trying to find the best way to secure the cable away from the mechanics of the mount, but this minor issue certainly should not be a show-stopper.