I was browsing the forum on RCGroups when i came across this thread, where they were discussing a ISO wire vibration isolation method for a GoPro. I had recently built my TriCopter and the video i got from my GoPro mounted on it showed signs of rolling shutter, or Jello.
Looking at the design i thought i could not be to difficult to reproduce, and i had a better idea of anchoring the wire to the camera mount and model.
This is what it looks like once built.
What i used was some 2mm steel wire available form most DIY stores, at 1euro per metre, and some electrical connectors. The connectors shown were not the best so i used the brass insert ones.
These were better to use as they were more solid and i could drill them easier and gave me a more solid feeling.
I drilled one hole through, which will be used to secure it to the board.
I attached the brass connectors to the board with a 2mm hex bolt as shown on all corners and across.
I then cut a 70mm length of 2mm steel rope, using a Dremmel, as shown.
Screwing in the steel rope into the brass connectors , the length of the rope will make the vibration properties better or worse depending on the harmonics of the vibration your trying to isolate.
The final assembly with GoPro attached, it seem quite higher than i thought, but i can shorten this once i have tried it and seen if it is effective or not.
Showing the mount attached to the Tricopter, like i said it is quite tall, but i will try it and adjust it accordingly.
Here is a short video showing the effect of Jello, and after the wire frame is added.
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