Originally Posted by blbills
From the videos I've seen the Zen seems to do a very, very good job at stabilization.
However, it seems like when the cam op actually slews the camera the movements are very abrupt and agressive both in the start and the stop. Has anyone played around with making these movements less abrupt? eg ramping into and out of the slew inputs?
I imagine some of videos I've seen is b/c the z15 has been set up for a single man operation using a simple slider which explains it but I've yet to see a video with smooth slewing of the camera.
The challenge is on
Expo helps but it is till rough one with the given firmware, the new one is out already anyways think it handles that, can't install it though since it seems to not like the GH2 version at the moment
FW changes think one of there might be addressing it:
Optimize the pan control in Orientation-locked Mode, to make pan control much more accurate and stable.
Fix the roll control in Orientation-locked Mode. Roll is locked level in range of 0~2/3 command stick. Command stick stands for roll
rotation velocity in range of 2/3~endpoint, the large the command stick movement, the bigger the rotation velocity.
In Orientation-locked Mode and FPV Mode, cancel the servo driver module self-protection when gimbal is blocked, in order to keep the
gimbal retaining the original status during sharp turn.