Walkera White Plastic Version G-2D Brushless Gimbal for iLook/GoPro Hero 3 on X350 Pro FPV Quadcopter
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Brand Name: Walkera
Item Name: G-2D gimbal
Size: 105mm x 95mm x 95mm(L x W x H)
Operating voltage: 7.4V ~ 28V DC (recommended 12 V, 3S lipo battery)
Work current: 200 mA - 500 mA
Working environment temperature: -15-65℃
Sensors: 2-axis MEMS gyroscope rotor and rotor MEMS accelerometer
Maximum angular rate: 2000 deg/ SEC
Maximum acceleration: 16g
Control frequency: 2000 Hz
Motor drive frequency: 46 kHZ (noiseless smooth drive)
Accuracy: 0.1 deg
Control Range:-45~45(Roll) -135~90(Pitch)
Applicable filming equipment: GOPRO Hero3 / Gopro Hero 3+ / iLook / iLook+ / Sony Camera
Designed in high intensive, light and agility, easy to use
Support super stable aerial photography
Support iLook / iLook+ / Gopro Hero3 / Gopro Hero 3+ / Sony Camera
Support 350 size and above drones to shooting videos
Support video aux output
Support the power supply voltage reverse connection protection and voltage compensation
Support for motor drive side short circuit protection
Support initial pitch angle
1x Walkera G-2D Brushless Camera Gimbal Plastic Version
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As others have mentioned, the top plate has to be reversed to fit on the Phantom. This changes the location of the camera a little, but it still works fine and flies well. The power cable was too short and had to be extended with about 2" of scrap wire which I soldered directly to the DJI aux power wire. I also purchased a 12" servo extension cable at the local hobby store for about $3. It turns out to not be a good fit. The DJI and the Walkera both use a keyed plug to maintain polarity, and the cable I bought was un-keyed. I had to cut the key off the Walkera cable to make the extension work, and I must be continually mindful that I don't plug it in backwards now.
The gimbal functions flawlessly if it is not plugged into the DJI receiver, but you don't have remote control of camera tilt if you don't hook it up to the receiver. It took some research to learn that the tilt control is the first socket on the DJI receiver. I had to go into the software to activate the gimbal and then greatly restrict the travel so it didn't over rotate. Everything eventually worked well on the bench, but it had a terrible vibration during flight. The vibration is caused by an interaction between the autopilot and the gimbal. They start compensating for each other and it bounces the camera quite a bit. Unplugging the tilt control stopped the vibration.
There is enough power leaching in on the servo control line to operate the gimbal, so unplugging the power alone will not turn it off.
The brains for the gimbal were bouncing up and down. By design the product would be better if the weight of the brains was on the copter side of the shock mount. The copter compensates so quickly for the changes in load that it kept the bounce going like a yo-yo. The white balls are better springs than shock absorbers. After reading that similar problems were solved by stiffening the balls I decided to dampen the motion of the shock mount. I inserted a scrap of foam rubber between the copter body and the gimbal brain board. This immediately solved the vibration problem.
It is also noteworthy that the DJI software seems to connect better the second time it is plugged in. Make sure you are communicating with the drone before trying to edit settings or you will waste a lot of time trying things that have no affect.
I recommend tall landing gear.