Originally Posted by Stacy Cobb
@rancherpete incredibly my S800 continues to get more and more stable with every flight. Nearly zero white lights yesterday. I currently have gel tape holding it but that is what was holding it initially. I think that my main problem was the fact that my IMU was hitting against the top plate. I moved it and that took care of 90% of the white lights. I got a flash yesterday along with a single red flash but the S800 stayed rock solid. When I got in from flying yesterday I checked the IMU and noticed it had started working it's way against the top plate again. The tolerance is so low with that it's hard to get it in their without touching the sides.
My main issue now is the Jello Cam. If I'm doing pretty little moves here and there with little motion it is not very noticeable. Here some footage of me flying around my church yesterday.
I'm wondering if it is my autofocus system on the GH2, which it well could be. I haven't had the chance to fly without it being in autofocus and I will report back as soon as I can.
You have to line the IMU exactly in the middle, some folks have added a small piece of foam around the edge so there is a little dampening between the IMU and top plate. Try that if your concerned about it hitting the top plate.
Also the gel on the bottom of the IMU is going to have some give to it, its best to use the adhesive that came with the WKM, that way it doesn't move at all.