How to Eliminate Jello Effect in Aerial Shots

If you are using DJI’s  Phantom aerial filming multirotor system with a GoPro camera – this quick DIY video is for you. Eric Harris have been playing around with the unit and an older GoPro camera and gained some experience he is willing to share with you about ways to reduced Jello effect during video filming.


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  1. If you want to totaly get rid of the jelo effect on sunny days you need to use an nd filter. This will greatly help as it will allow the gopro to use much lower shutter speed which is one of the main reason (with vibrations) causing the effect. Just my 2 cts. Cédric

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