Posted by Jmm_jammy |
Mar 24, 2013 @ 09:31 AM | 2,300 Views
Hopefully this will help you guys out there with jello, providing you have PROPERLY balanced your props and motors (vertical and horizontal balancing) and a mirror or vibration app for motors. You also need decent props that do not flex much.
If you do not have the above - don't even try this!
You will need a flat surface under your GoPro and behind it. If you don't have one, make an L shape stand for it out of a DVD case or anything! and secure the stand to your quad.
Then... you need 7 quality earplugs (takes a long time to re-shape after squeezing) and 2 elastic bands.
Place 3 earplugs under the GoPro, 2 behind it at either end.
Then secure the GoPro in place using 2 elastic bands twisted together.
Fix the elastic bands in place under and behind the GoPro, and over and behind the GoPro.
Now lift the elastic band touching the top of GoPro and place 1 earplug under it.
Do the same for the front of the GoPro.