Freefly MōVI M10 Manual

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Freefly represents the intersection of art and technology. Our team consists of industry leading specialists all focused on one task—inventing solutions to allow unrestricted camera movement. Freefly initially created the CineStar line of multi-rotor camera platforms, which allowed smooth, stable and dynamic low-altitude aerial imagery. After years of research and development in camera stability, Freefly has created the MōVI stabilized camera gimbal. Our goal with the MōVI is to empower a new era of stabilized cinematography on a variety of platforms, from handheld to helicopters and everything in between. P2

>< IN ER TIA • • The Freefly MōVI is a digital 3 axis stabilization system that relies on both active motor driven components and passive inertial stabilization. Passive stabilization relies on the principles of inertia (tendency of an object to resist change in its motion) and requires that the camera is well-balanced in the Pan, Tilt, and Roll Axes. Active stabilization refers to the techniques of using sensors to measure the camera’s Pan, Tilt, and Roll movements and counteract those movements using motors attached to the 3 axes. These 2 types of stabilization work in concert to achieve the smooth and stable shots for which the MōVI is well known. This manual will teach you how to setup, balance, and tune your MōVI M10. For new users, the process of balancing and tuning a MōVI might seem overwhelming at first, so allow some time to master the procedures described in this manual. P3

MōVI COMPONENTS: 1. Pan Motor 2. Pan Axis 10 1 3. Roll Motor 4. Roll Axis 5. Tilt Motor 2 6. Tilt Axis 7. Tilt Front to Back Adjustment 4 8. Roll Adjustment Point 9. Tilt Vertical Adjustment 3 10. Pan Adjustment 5 6 9 7 8 P4

CONTENTS 01 GETTING STARTED Batteries and Battery Charger: Charging the Battery Installing the Battery Mounting the Camera 02 BALANCING THE MŌVI Step 1: Tilt Front to Back Balance Step 2: Tilt Vertical Balance Step 3: Roll Balance Step 4: Pan Balance 03 CONVERTING M10 TO MR Attaching Landing Gear Legs & Octo Suspension Plate 04 APP/TUNING Bluetooth Pairing/Freefly Configurator Connection Initial Tuning Majestic Tuning Pan Majestic Tuning Tilt Majestic Tuning GUI Parameter Definitions 05 REMOTE CONTROL Remote Control Features Mode Switch (Dual Operator, Majestic, Kill) 06 TROUBLESHOOTING Symptoms, Possible Causes and Solutions P5

NOTICE BOX CONTENTS All instructions, warranties and other documents are subject to change at Qty 1 - MōVI M10 Handheld Stabilizer the sole discretion of Freefly Systems Inc. (“Freefly”). For up-to-date product Qty 1 - MōVI Top Handle literature, visit Qty 1 - Stand www.freeflysystems.com. Qty 2 - Freefly 14.8V 2.6Ah MōVI Batteries Qty 1 - Freefly LiPo Charger with AC cord and Charge Lead Adapter DISCLAIMER Qty 1 - M2.5 Hex Driver This is a sophisticated cinema product. It must be operated with caution and Qty 1 - M3 Hex Driver common sense and requires some basic mechanical ability. Failure to operate this product in a safe and responsible manner could result in injury or damage OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES to the product or other property. This User Guide contains instructions for safety and operation. It is essential to read the entire User Guide and follow QTY 1 - DX7S TRANSMITTER* all instructions and warnings in the manual, prior to setup or use, in order to operate the MōVI correctly and avoid damage or injury. *Included with DX7s Transmitter: Qty 1 - 2000MAh NiMh Transmitter Battery Pack Freefly has made every effort to provide clear and accurate information in this Qty 1 - SD Card User Guide, which is provided solely for the user’s knowledge. While thought to Qty 1 - 12V DC Power Supply be accurate, the information in this document is provided strictly “as is” and Qty 1 - DX7s Neck Strap Freefly will not be held responsible for issues arising from typographical errors Qty 1 - DX7s User Manual or user’s interpretation of the language used in this User Guide that is different from that intended by Freefly. Freefly reserves the right to revise this User Guide and make changes from time to time without obligation to notify any person of such revisions or changes. In no event shall Freefly, its employees or authorized agents be liable for any damages or losses, direct or indirect, arising from the use of any technical or operational information contained in this document. P6

01 GETTING STARTED 01-P7

GETTING STARTED BATTERIES AND BATTERY CHARGER the battery is stored with a voltage of approximately 3.8V per cell. Do not WARNING: You must read these safety instructions and warnings carefully store the battery fully charged. Store the battery at room temperature in a before charging or using your batteries. Failure to exercise caution while cool or shaded area (ideally between 50º-80ºF/10º-26ºC). using Lithium Polymer (LiPo) batteries and comply with the following • Batteries should be stored in a vented, fire-resistant container. No more than warnings could result in battery malfunction, electrical issues, excessive two batteries should be placed in a container to avoid chain reactions. Storage heat, fire, or injury and property damage. temperatures should not fall below 32ºF/0ºC or above 130ºF/54ºC. Damaged batteries are extremely sensitive to temperature fluctuation and care should GENERAL GUIDELINES AND WARNINGS be taken in their immediate disposal. High temperatures may cause fire, even You must read these safety instructions and warnings carefully before with undamaged batteries. charging or using your battery. • Stop using or charging the battery immediately if the battery becomes or NOTICE: All instructions and warnings must be followed exactly. Mishandling appears damaged, starts to balloon or swell, leaks, becomes deformed or of LiPo batteries can result in fire. By handling, charging or using the gives off an odor, exceeds a temperature of 160ºF (71ºC), or if anything else included LiPo batteries, you assume all risks associated with LiPo batteries. abnormal occurs. Disconnect the battery and observe in a safe area outside If you are not prepared to accept complete liability for the purchase and/ of any building or vehicle for at least 45 minutes, as a damaged battery can or use of the batteries, you are advised to return them in new and unused experience a delayed chemical reaction that could possibly result in fire. condition to the place of purchase immediately. • Never disassemble, modify, puncture, shock, drop, crash and/or short circuit the battery. Leakage, smoke emission, ignition, explosion or fire can occur, IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are using the battery to power or charge an which may result in personal injury or property damage. accessory used with the MōVI, it is your responsibility to constantly monitor the battery’s voltage through the use of a voltage checker. If the accessory • DO NOT leave the battery and charger unattended during use. drains the battery below 3.0V per cell, it will damage the battery and render • Never drop charger or batteries. the battery unusable. Never attempt to charge a battery that has individual cell voltages below 3.0V. • Never attempt to charge “dead” or damaged batteries. • Never charge a battery if the cable has been pinched or shortened. • Never allow minors to charge or use battery packs without adult supervision. • Never allow batteries to come in contact with moisture at any time. • Never charge or store batteries in extremely hot or cold places (recommended between 50º-80ºF/10º-26ºC), leave in a hot environment (inside an automobile in hot weather), or leave in direct sunlight. • Never place or carry batteries in your pockets or clothing. • Always use Freefly-approved LiPo batteries. • Always inspect the battery before charging. • Always connect the positive red lead (+) and negative black lead (-) terminals of the battery to the charger terminals correctly. • Always disconnect the battery after charging, and let the charger cool between charges. • If a battery will not be used for more than one week, it is recommended that 01-P8

GETTING STARTED CHARGING PROCESS WARNINGS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS BATTERY DISPOSAL: • Never charge or use a LiPo battery that shows any damage or NOTICE: LiPo batteries require special handling for safe disposal. The disfigurement of any kind, as this may be a sign of internal damage. following steps must be taken to avoid damage or injury to yourself, Any damage to the protective cover, wiring or plugs is also reason to your property or anyone who comes in contact with the battery. discontinue use. If the battery is undamaged but no longer useful: • Never leave the lead wires dangling from a battery. 1. Discharge the battery to a maximum of 1.0V per cell using a safe discharge • Never charge a battery unattended. method. • Never connect more than one battery pack to the charger at a time. 2. Leave the battery uncharged and retest the battery after 24 hours. If the • Never charge near moisture, extreme temperatures, flammable or battery is over 1.0V per cell, repeat the procedure until the battery is 1.0V combustible materials. per cell or less. • Never charge the battery while installed on the MōVI or other equipment or 3. Place electrical tape over each wire lead and tape the wire leads to while inside a vehicle. opposite sides of the battery. • Never attempt to charge a battery that is damaged or has individual cell 4. Place battery in a sealed plastic bag and place plastic bag in a vented, fire- voltages below 3.0V. safe container. • Always inspect batteries before charging. 5. Use a fire-safe container to deliver battery to a recycling center authorized for LiPo batteries. Please note that not all battery recycling services • Always use a specific LiPo charger only. Do not use a Nickel-cadmium include LiPo batteries. If no LiPo recycling facility is available in your area, (NiCd) or Nickel-metal hydride (NiMh) charger, even though these chargers contact your state or local HAZMAT agency for instructions. may appear similar to a LiPo charger. Failure to do so may cause a fire, which may result in personal injury and/or property damage. If the battery is damaged: • Always let the battery cool down to ambient temperature before charging. 1. If the battery or wiring is damaged, please contact your state or local • Always monitor the temperature of the battery while charging. If the HAZMAT facility for instructions. Batteries must be rendered safe before battery becomes hot to the touch or begins to swell, discontinue charging being transported or recycled. immediately. Disconnect the battery from the charger and observe it from a safe place for at least 45 minutes. 2. DO NOT transport or ship batteries which have more than 1.0V per cell charged OR that show signs of damage without following the instructions • Always ensure that the proper cell count or voltage is selected on your given by the HAZMAT agency. charger for this battery. Failure to properly set the cell count or voltage could result in fire or explosion of the battery. • For optimal performance and extended life, do not allow your battery voltage to drop below 3.4V. It is recommended that you use a voltage checker to actively monitor battery voltage. 01-P9

GETTING STARTED CHARGING THE BATTERY 1. Insert the AC power cord into the charger. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 2. Insert the AC power cord into the wall socket. All LEDs will light for 1 second and the charge status LED will flash green, which indicates the charger is ready to charge. 3. Select “LiPo” on the battery type switch. 4. Select the “3A” charging current on the charge current switch when charging the included batteries. 5. Connect battery main charge lead to the charge lead input in the front of the charger. Make sure the red plug is plugged into the red charge socket and the black plug is plugged into the black charge socket. ‘LiPo’ '3A' - + 6. Connect the Freefly 4s 2.6Ah battery to the charge lead. Always connect the positive red lead (+) and negative black lead (-) terminals to the corresponding colored terminals on the charger. 7. Connect the battery balance lead to the “4S” balance socket on the side of the charger. The charger will automatically start charging. 8. The charge status LED and the cell status LED will glow constant red. 6. 7-9. The cell 1-4 LED’s will glow continuously indicating a 4 cell battery pack. BATT. BATT. 9. When the battery is fully charged, the “charge status” LED will glow constant green. 10. Unplug the battery from the balance port and charge lead. The battery ‘4S’ is ready for use in your MōVI M10. - + 01-P10

GETTING STARTED INSTALLING BATTERY IN THE MōVI The MōVI batteries are custom designed to fit snugly in the MōVI battery compartments. The batteries are retained using a lightweight o-ring and carbon latch mechanism. Be careful when installing/removing the batteries to avoid damaging the battery lead and balance lead. 1. Insert battery into battery compartment observing proper orientation. Battery Specification Battery Type: Lithium Polymer Capacity: 2.6Ah Voltage: 14.8v Max Continuous Discharge: 3C (7.8A) Max Burst Discharge: 5C (13A) Max Charge Voltage: 4.2V per cell Minimum Discharge Voltage: 3.0V per cell Dimensions: [100mm (L) x 25mm (W) 2. Engage battery latching mechanism. x 30mm (H)] Weight: 200g Charger Specification AC Input Voltage: 100-240V, 50-60HZ Output Power: 20W Charging Current (Selected by Switch): 1A, 2A, 3A Current Drain for Balancing: 200mA 4 LEDs for Balancing Indicator 1 LED for Charging Status 3. Ensure the MōVI power switch is set to “off” and plug the battery into the power input connector on the MōVI. Note: The battery and input connector are keyed. Do not force the battery and input connector together. 01-P11

GETTING STARTED MOUNTING THE CAMERA The MōVI uses a custom lightweight adjustable camera plate to allow you to easily balance, install, and remove your camera package. It is important that you fully build your camera package prior to installing it on the M10. Adding accessories after balancing the M10 would necessitate re-balancing, so it is best to install all accessories (follow focus motors, receivers, batteries, etc.) prior to mounting 1. Attach the bottom camera rail to your camera using the provided ¼ - 20 screw. Please note that there the camera to the MōVI. are multiple attachment holes in the camera rail to choose from to cater to different camera setups. 2. Install the hot shoe adapter into the hot shoe of your camera. Note­­ – For some cameras, you won’t use the hot shoe adapter–top rail will attach similar to bottom rail in these cases. 3. Attach the top camera rail to the hot shoe adapter using the provided M3x6 flat head screws. 01-P12

02 BALANCING the MōVI PAN One of the most critical factors in achieving optimal performance from the MōVI is proper balancing. The better the camera is balanced, the less work the motors have to do to achieve a stable shot. Accurate balance is highly critical in shots where the MōVI will be subjected to extreme movements or accelerations (running, horseback, biking, car mount, helicopter, etc.). ROLL There are 3 Axes we need to accurately balance prior to turning the MōVI TILT on and setting up the software. To reiterate, the camera needs to be fully setup with all accessories prior to installing and balancing the camera on the gimbal. The addition of accessories (follow focus motors, receivers, etc.) will cause the balance to shift, so they need to be installed prior to beginning the balancing process. 02-P13

BALANCING the MōVI STEP 1 TILT FRONT-TO-BACK BALANCE: The goal with Step 1 is to balance the camera front-to-back on the Tilt Axis. When the proper front/back tilt balance is achieved, the camera will stay level if you remove your hands. Please note that to confirm proper tilt front/back balance, the camera and Tilt Axis need to be level. At this stage, we have not balanced the camera vertically for the Tilt Axis, so it is only possible to confirm tilt front/back balance when the camera and tilt axis are level. If the camera is sitting too low or too high with respect to the Tilt Axis, it will mask the issue of front to back balance. To adjust the balance, loosen the middle toggle clamp under the camera and the middle toggle clamp on top of the camera. This will allow the camera and mount plates to slide forwards and backwards. Be careful to ensure that the clamps are fully engaged and the camera is securely mounted to the adjustable camera plates as you complete step 1. slide adjustable camera plates back and forth to balance tilt axis 02-P14

BALANCING the MōVI 1. Loosen the top and bottom camera plate 2. Loosen the side clamps on the top horizontal toggle clamps. cross bar so that it can move freely up and down to allow you to set the correct height when install- ing the camera and adjustable camera plates. 3. Slide the camera and mounting plates onto the top and bottom camera rails. 4. Tighten side clamps on the top horizontal cross bar once both the top and bottom camera rail are engaged on the camera plates. 5. Slide the camera forward or backwards until 6. Tighten the top and bottom middle toggle clamp to lock the camera plate in position. Note­­ – Please be the Tilt Axis remains level. sure the toggle clamp is adequately tight. The toggle clamp holds the camera and camera rail onto the MōVI, so it is important it is securely clamped. 02-P15

BALANCING the MōVI STEP 2 TILT VERTICAL BALANCE: Now that we have successfully balanced the Tilt Axis front-to-back, we need to adjust the Tilt Axis vertical balance. To adjust the vertical balance, there are 4 toggle clamps on the middle of the four small side tubes. Adjust the camera position vertically until it is balanced such that you can rotate the camera to any tilt angle and it will naturally stay wherever you leave it. If you point the lens down and it wants to continue tilting forward on its own, then it is top heavy and the camera needs to shift down vertically. If you point the camera lens down and it wants to return to level, then you know it is bottom heavy and the camera needs to shift upwards vertically. adjust height of the camera cage to achieve tilt vertical balance 02-P16

BALANCING the MōVI 1. Identify which way the camera needs to be adjusted by tipping the camera lens down 20 degrees. If the camera returns to horizontal, then the Tilt Axis is bottom heavy. If the camera continues to rotate down when released, then Tilt Vertical Axis is top heavy. 2. Rotate the Tilt Axis so that the camera lens is 3. Loosen the 4 vertical adjustment toggles. 4. Slide the camera cage and camera forward or pointing straight up. backward until the camera remains pointing straight up when released. 5. Tighten the toggles. 6. Confirm good balance by moving the camera to several tilt angles and confirming that it holds the given angle without user input. 02-P17

BALANCING the MōVI STEP 3 ROLL BALANCE: With the Tilt Axis completely balanced, we can move onto balancing the Roll Axis. To adjust roll balance we need to loosen the 2 bottom outer toggle clamps and the top toggle clamp. This will allow the camera and cage to slide side-to- side to achieve roll balance. roll balance adjustment point 2 roll balance adjustment point 1 02-P18

BALANCING the MōVI 1. Loosen the 2 lower outer toggle clamps and 1 upper outer toggle clamp on the camera platform and slide camera and platform side-to-side to achieve proper balance. Tighten the 2 lower outer toggle clamps and 1 upper outer toggle clamp and upper clamp to lock roll in place. 2. If you run out of room to adjust for balance, then loosen the 3x M4 screws on the roll beam and slide the entire assembly to achieve balance. Note: The 3x M4 screws only need to be loosened enough to allow the roll beam to slide freely. Caution: do not over tighten screws. 3. Confirm roll balance by moving Roll Axis to several locations and ensuring the axis will hold the given angle without user input. 02-P19

BALANCING the MōVI 1- tip the gimbal to check pan axis balance STEP 4 PAN BALANCE: Pan is perhaps the most difficult axis to visualize balancing. The end goal is that the entire mass below the pan motor would be balanced on the central axis line of the pan motor. The easiest way to check for Pan Axis balance is to slightly tilt the MōVI in the stand and see which way the Pan Axis swings. The clamp that holds the vertical beam to the top horizontal tubes is the only adjustment for Pan Axis balance. By sliding this joint fore/aft we can achieve proper Pan balance. 2- slide pan knuckle to adjust pan balance 02-P20

BALANCING the MōVI FORE/AFT PAN BALANCE: 2. Align the MōVI such that the camera lens is 3. Using the handles, rotate the MōVI 5-10 1. Mount the MōVI in the stand with the lined up with the long top handle bar. degrees and observe which way pan rotates. power off. 4. If the lens points to the low side, it indicates 5. If the back of the gimbal points to the low 6. Loosen the 2 toggle clamps on the pan knuckle that the MōVI is nose heavy and the Pan side, it indicates the MōVI is tail heavy and the just enough to allow the knuckle to slide. knuckle needs to slide backwards. pan knuckle needs to slide forward. (WARNING-only loosen the screws enough to allow the knuckle to slide. If you loosen them all the way, the clamp will detach!) 7. Slide the gimbal in the direction needed as 8. Tighten the 4x M3 screws just enough to hold 9. Confirm that the camera will not swing to the left indicated in Steps 4 and 5. pan knuckle while we balance for left/right in or right when you rotate the MōVI handles 5-10 the next section. degrees. This indicates proper fore/aft balance. 02-P21

BALANCING the MōVI LEFT/RIGHT PAN BALANCE: 1. Mount the MōVI in the stand with the lens 2. Using the handles, rotate the MōVI 5-10 3. If the MōVI rotates the lens left, it indicates pointing forwards (perpendicular to main degrees, so the lens is pointing up and that the Pan Axis vertical tube needs to be handle cross tube). observe which way pan roates. rotated counter clockwise. 4. If the MōVI rotates the lens to the right, it 5. Rotate the Pan Axis vertical tube in the 6. Tighten the Pan knuckle and double check indicates that the Pan Axis vertical tube needs direction indicated by Steps 3 and 4. that the fore/aft and left-to-right balance to be rotated clockwise. are still good. It may take a few iterations to achieve perfect balance. Take your time to achieve the best balance possible. Time spent balancing will pay dividends in achieving very stable footage. 02-P22

03 CONVERTING M10 TO MR The M10 is both robust and lightweight, making it an excellent setup for aerials. Follow these instructions for the M10 MR Upgrade Kit to mount your gimbal to the CineStar multi-rotor. 03-P23

CONVERTING M10 TO MR 1. Attach the rear landing gear leg to the M10. 2. Attach the left and right landing gear legs and tubes to M10 using the provided M3x8 Socket Head Cap Screws. 3. Attach the Octo Suspension Plate using the provided M3x10 Socket Head Cap Screws. 03-P24

04 GUI/TUNING The Freefly Configurator is the tool that allows you to adjust the software parameters of the MōVI. Changing these parameters will allow you to custom-tailor the MōVI’s behavior for particular shots, as well as complete the initial setup required for the MōVI. An important point to note is that you can change parameters in the GUI live with a tablet, but the changes will not be saved unless you write the configuration changes. This tells the MōVI to store the new settings and recall them upon power-up. 04-P25

GUI/TUNING BLUETOOTH PAIRING GUIDE AND CONNECTION TO FREEFLY CONFIGURATOR FOR ANDROID, PC AND MAC: For connectivity to an iOS device, please refer to the Wi-Fi Adapter Installation Manual found at http://freeflysystems.com/software-manuals/. 1. Power the MōVI stabilizer and wait for it to boot correctly. Under control panel •••> Hardware and Sound •••> Bluetooth Devices Click on “Add Wireless Device”. This window may also be accessed by clicking on Bluetooth Icon at bottom right of the screen. 2. Select the MōVI stabilizer device (the name may have been customized or changed). 3. Wait for your device’s pairing code. 4. Verify the “FFS-XXXX” and click “Ok”. Bluetooth pairing process should start, and then complete. 5. Open Freefly Configurator 6. The MōVI should now be successfully paired and available for use by the Freefly Configurator, select connection (connect), and then select “FFS - XXXX”. 7. After a short while the GUI will connect and display an info message. You may now click “Configuration”, “Chart”, etc....”Configuration” and “Chart” are generally 2 items required for tuning. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. ‘Control Panel’ Wait for the device’s ‘FFS - XXXX’ FREEFLY ‘Connection’ FREEFLY pairing code Configuator Configuator ‘Hardware & Sound’ ‘Ok’ ‘FFS - XXXX’ ‘Status RUNNING’ ‘Bluetooth Devices’ ‘Connected’ ‘ON’ ‘Add Wireless Device’ 04-P26

GUI/TUNING INITIAL TUNING: When the ‘Stiffness’ is set too high, there will be high frequency ‘buzzing,’ or oscillations. Once these oscillations are felt, the ‘Stiffness’ setting should be reduced until they stop. It is helpful to reduce the ‘Stiffness’ setting for each axis to a low value like 10 for initial setup. STEP 1. TILT STIFFNESS Under the “Tuning” tab of the GUI, you will find a menu item called “Tilt Stiffness”. This parameter will determine how ‘stiff’ the Tilt Axis will be in holding the camera still. Slowly increase this setting until you feel an oscillation in the Tilt Axis, then reduce the setting until the oscillation subsides. It is important to check that the ‘Stiffness’ setting you have set will not oscillate in any orientation. To confirm this, point the camera up and down and make sure that the Tilt Axis is stable. STEP 2. ROLL STIFFNESS Under the “Tuning” tab of the GUI, you will find a menu item called “Roll Stiffness”. Slowly increase this setting until you feel an oscillation in the Roll Axis, then reduce the setting until the oscillation subsides. Pick the MōVI up and make sure that you can move the handles around in a normal fashion and that no oscillations are present as you move. STEP 3. PAN STIFFNESS Under the “Tuning” tab of the GUI, you will find a menu item called “Pan Stiffness”. Slowly increase this setting until you feel an oscillation in the Pan Axis, then reduce the setting until the oscillation subsides. Pick up the MōVI and hold it by the center single handle and ensure that no oscillations are present. Holding by the single middle handle is the worst case scenario for “Pan Stiffness” setting. This concludes the initial gain settings of the gimbal. Now we can move on to setting Majestic Tuning parameters. Now that the camera package is installed and balanced, we can move onto tuning the gimbal. Each time the camera setup changes substantially, the MōVI may need some GUI parameters adjusted. The reason for this is that as you change the weight and balance of the camera and lens substantially, the maximum ‘Stiffness’ setting that each axis can achieve will change. The primary parameter in the GUI that will need to be adjusted is the ‘Stiffness’ value for each axis. The ‘Stiffness’ setting adjusts the degree to which the MōVI tries to correct for unwanted camera movement. The ‘Stiffness’ setting needs to be set as high as possible without creating unwanted oscillations. 04-P27

GUI/TUNING MAJESTIC TUNING: TILT MAJESTIC TUNING: Now that we have the 3 main ‘Stiffness’ settings dialed-in, we can discuss the There are a few different Tilt Axis control modes which can be useful for various ways that we can tune Majestic Mode. Majestic Mode refers to the different situations. single operator mode on the MōVI, where the MōVI operator can control the pan and tilt of the MōVI without the need for a 2nd operator. The MōVI has a Smooth-Lock - In this mode, the tilt angle can be manipulated by the operator. difficult task in Majestic Mode; essentially, we are asking the system to provide The MōVI operator can manually point the camera at any tilt angle and the stable footage, but follow the user’s input from the handles. These 2 things are MōVI will maintain that tilt angle setting. This can be very useful for scenes somewhat contradictory. The Majestic Mode tuning parameters in the GUI allow where the tilt angle needs to remain constant even as the operator the user to configure the Majestic Mode to suit the particular shot, from very moves around. slow and smooth, to very fast and active. Note - If the remote control is turned on and set to “Majestic Mode”, it is possible for the remote operator to control tilt while the MōVI operator PAN MAJESTIC TUNING: controls pan. Pan Majestic Window - Pan Majestic Window defines a range in degrees of Majestic Angle - This mode works much the same as the standard Pan Majestic handle movement which will be ignored. In practice, this means that you can Mode works. It allows the operator to tilt the handles of the MōVI to adjust the move the handles less than the Pan Majestic Window and the camera will camera tilt angle. One important point is that this can be difficult to do with not pan. Once you exceed the Pan Majestic Window threshold, the camera large camera payloads. For these situations, if the operator becomes fatigued, will begin to pan. A normal default setting of 10 is a good place to start. In we recommend using the “smooth lock” setting, or a remote operator to some circumstances where you will be moving the handles drastically, you can control tilt. increase the Pan Majestic Window to a much higher value. An example would be when riding a horse or motorcycle with the MōVI. The operator might be unable to keep the handles still, but does not want the camera to pan each time that he/she moves. Setting the Pan Majestic Window to 30 or 40 degrees would mean the operator could move the handles quite drastically without disturbing the shot. The operator could still re-frame the shot by exceeding the threshold. 04-P28

GUI/TUNING GUI PARAMETER DEFINITIONS: Roll Trim - Allows you to input a roll trim to level the camera via the GUI. This roll trim is applied whenever the gimbal is in Majestic Mode. In Dual Operator Tuning Menu: This menu contains settings that control the stiffness of each mode, roll trim is controlled by the Dual Operator Radio Controller. Be sure to axis, or how much the motors are used for active stabilization. The ideal write the configuration to the MōVI if you want the roll trim to remain after amount depends on the camera weight and rigidity. For guidelines, refer to the re-powering the system. Knowledge Base at www.freeflysystems.com. Pan Trim - Allows user to adjust the neutral setting for the Pan Axis. This can Pan Stiffness/Roll Stiffness/Tilt Stiffness - Controls how ‘stiffly’ the be helpful for single operator MR gimbals where you want the camera lens to corresponding Axis will try to hold the camera stable. The higher you can run align with the front of the aircraft the setting without vibration or oscillation, the better. Max Tilt Angle - Sets the maximum angle of the Tilt Axis when looking up. Use Majestic Config Menu: This menu controls the behavior of the gimbal when in to set soft-stops to prevent the camera or lens from hitting the gimbal, or to Majestic Mode. prevent wires from being pulled out. Pan Smoothing - This parameter adjusts how much smoothing is applied to Min Tilt Angle - Sets the minimum angle of the Tilt Axis when looking down. the Pan Axis in Majestic Mode. A lower value means the camera will follow the Use to set soft-stops to prevent the camera or lens from hitting the gimbal, handles more actively, but will make it more difficult to achieve very smooth or to prevent wires from being pulled out. pans. A higher value will cause the camera to lag behind the handles more, but will allow for very smooth motion when panning. Remote Operator Config Menu: This menu contains preferences for operation in Dual Operator mode. Use these settings to adjust the feel of the Pan and Pan Window - This defines a range (in degrees) of handle pan movement that Tilt joysticks. will be ignored. See further explanation in ‘Majestic Tuning’ section. Pan Joystick Smoothing - Sets how much smoothing is applied to the Pan Tilt Mode - Allows you to choose between Smooth Lock and Majestic Angle Joystick in Dual Operator mode. control. See detailed description in the ‘Majestic Tuning’ section. Pan Joystick Expo - Sets how much exponential is applied to the Pan Joystick Tilt Smoothing - This parameter adjusts how much smoothing is applied to in Dual Operator mode. Higher exponential makes the joystick less sensitive the Tilt Axis in Majestic Mode. A lower value means the camera will follow the in the center and more sensitive at the edges. handles more actively, but will make it more difficult to achieve very smooth tilts. A higher value will cause the camera to lag behind the handles more, but Pan Joystick Window - This defines a range of Pan Joystick movement that will allow for very smooth motion when tilting. will be ignored at the center of the joystick travel. Tilt Window - This defines a range (in degrees) of handle tilt movement that Tilt Joystick Smoothing - Sets how much smoothing is applied to the Tilt will be ignored. See further explanation in ‘Majestic Tuning’ section. Joystick in Dual Operator mode. General Menu: This menu contains general settings for gimbal behavior. Tilt Joystick Expo - Sets how much exponential is applied to the Tilt Joystick in Dual Operator mode. Higher exponential makes the joystick less sensitive Gimbal Application - Configures the gimbal for either Handheld or Airborne in the center and more sensitive at the edges. use. In Handheld use, the center position of the Dual Operator Mode Switch enables Pan Majestic operation. In Airborne use, the center position of the Tilt Joystick Window - This defines a range of Tilt Joystick movement that will Dual Operator Mode Switch parks the gimbal for takeoff and landing. be ignored at the center of the joystick travel. 04-P29

GUI/TUNING Pan/Tilt Remote Speed Adjustment - Defines whether the Pan and Tilt Rates Map Remote Pan Rate - Radio channel corresponding to the Pan Speed are controlled together (Combined) or separately (Independent). In Combined joystick or knob. mode, the Pan Rate control applies to both Pan and Tilt. Map Remote Tilt - Radio channel corresponding to the Tilt joystick. To reverse Remote Rate Scale - Default value is 100 deg/sec. Adjustable from 1-200 the behavior of the Tilt joystick, use a negative number. deg/sec. This value will allow you to increase or decrease the maximum rate available for Pan and Tilt when the remote is in use. Map Remote Tilt Rate - Radio channel corresponding to the Tilt Speed joystick or knob. Tilt Control Mode - Tilt can be set to either Rate or Angle mode. Rate is default. Angle mode is recommended for single operator multi-rotor Map Remote Roll Trim - Radio channel corresponding to the Roll Trim switch. operations where control over Tilt is desired on a dial type knob. Map Remote Shutter - Radio channel corresponding to the Remote Shutter Remote Controller Config Menu: This menu defines how the joysticks and switch. buttons of the Dual Operator Remote Controller are mapped to gimbal movement. Warning – Misconfiguring the remote controller mapping can result Shutter Type - Options are Pulsed, Latched or Camera I/F. Set this for the shutter in undesired gimbal movement! type of the camera to be used. If you are using the Freefly-supplied Spektrum DX8(or 7s) transmitter, use the Expert Menu: This menu contains expert settings that normally do not need default settings here: to be adjusted. Leave these settings at the factory default unless they are required for troubleshooting. Mapping for Spektrum Transmitter Mapping for Futuba Transmitter Pan/Tilt/Roll Hold Strength Settings - These values control how strongly DSMX each axis follows and holds the commanded position. A higher Hold Strength Radio Type Radio Type S. Bus allows faster panning and tilting in Dual Operator and Majestic Mode, but 2048 Map Remote Mode 6 Map Pan Rate Clamp -7 may cause overshoot with heavier cameras. A lower Hold Strength provides additional smoothing. (See Pan/Tilt Joystick Smoothing and Majestic Pan/ Map Remote Pan -2 Map RC Mode -5 Tilt Smoothing for other ways to adjust smoothing on each axis.) The default Map Remote Pan Rate 1 Map RC Pan 1 value (8) works well for a large range of cameras. Map Remote Tilt -3 Map RC Roll Trim 4 Map Remote Tilt Rate -7 Map RC Tilt 2 Gyro Filter - This setting adjusts the strength of the filter applied to the Gimbal’s gyro sensors. If the Gimbal is experiencing oscillations that cannot Map Remote Roll Trim -4 Map RC Tilt Rate Clamp -6 be corrected by adjusting Stiffness settings, you can use the Gyro Filter to further tune the Gimbal and remove oscillations. As a general rule, if If you are using the Freefly MōVI Controller, please refer to it’s User Manual. the oscillations are fast and rough in nature (buzzing), try increasing the Gyro Filter. If the oscillations are slow and smooth in nature (rocking), try Radio Type - Select the type of radio receiver you are using. decreasing the Gyro Filter. Map Remote Mode - Radio channel corresponding to the three-position Output Filter - This setting adjusts the strength of the filter applied to Mode Switch. the Gimbal’s motor outputs. If the Gimbal is experiencing oscillations that cannot be corrected by adjusting stiffness settings, you can use the Output Map Remote Pan - Radio channel corresponding to the Pan joystick. Filter to further tune the Gimbal and remove oscillations. As a general rule, if the oscillations are fast and rough in nature (buzzing), try increasing the Output Filter. If the oscillations are slow and smooth in nature (rocking), try decreasing the Output Filter. 04-P30

GUI/TUNING Shaky-cam Pan / Tilt - A feature has been exposed to allow operators Heading Assist - Selections available are OFF, Fixed Mount, GPS, and enhance their filming. Shaky Cam senses movement of the gimbal Compass. OFF is default and is no change from how the MōVI performed (acceleration in both the vertical and horizontal axis’), and can add some previous to this update. Fixed Mount is available for use on in stationary type of that signal into the tilt and pan motors as a form of deliberate pointing setup such as on a tripod. Using this setting, the MōVI references only motor corruption. The scaling factors are adjustable where zero disables the position during pan moves, thus eliminating drift. When set to GPS this will corruption, and larger positive or negative values give a progressively allow for increased performance during higher accelerations common when stronger lead or lag effect. Lead is where the camera accelerates to tilt used with a multi-rotor platform. Set to Compass for increased handheld more upward when the gimbal is accelerated up, lag is the opposite with the performance. A Declination value should be set when in Compass. camera briefly pointing more downwards for an up move. Similarly applied for lateral movements affecting the Pan Axis. Both effects may be enabled and Declination - Set local declination value for shooting location. This tuned independently. The effects maybe be observed for test purposes by information is used when Heading Assist is set to Compass. Local magnetic using larger scaling factors and moving the gimbal around more sharply. It declination values can be found online at: is possible to dial in a relatively consistent behavior suitable for a particular http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag-web/#declination action shot - typically this would be with the camera operator running whilst shooting a scene. The stabilization is otherwise unaffected except for Logging Rate - Available options are 5Hz, 10Hz, and 25Hz logging rates. To be this cyclic operator induced noise. used when Data Logging is set to ON. Setdown Sleep - When set to ON, Setdown Sleep will enable the MōVI to be Data Logging - Enables logging data from the MōVI via Micro SD card slot on set down while powered without the use of a stand. This can be useful in the MōVI GCU. Frequency of data stream can be set via Logging Rate. When situations where the stand is not readily available in a fast moving shooting Data Logging is set to ON, the LEDs on the MōVI will flash at a frequency environment. After sensing the motors are stalled for more than 4 seconds, corresponding to the Logging Rate setting. Some data may be unavailable the MōVI will enter Setdown Sleep mode. While in this mode, the three LEDs without GPS signal or when Heading Assist is set to OFF. To avoid potential on the MōVI will be flashing indicating the sleep state. To exit, simply pick up corruption of data, Data Logging should be set to OFF before de-powering the MōVI. Although the motors are drawing very little power while in the MōVI. Data Logging exports a wide range of parameters and is currently this mode. available for use in a raw format. Motion Booting - Motion booting bypasses the gyro self test procedure and Autotune - MōVI Controller Support 3.08 introduces the ability to allows the gimbal to boot up even on a moving platform. It is recommended automatically calibrate stiffness settings on a balanced MōVI. To initiate the for situations such as filming from boats. For normal use it is recommended Autotune function, go to SYSTEM-> Autotune. With the MōVI in the stand and to leave this feature disabled to allow for improved gyro calibration. stable, Autotune will go through the steps required to tune the MōVI based on the Autotune Percentage setting under Tuning. It is recommended to use Aux Port Function - Selects the function of the Aux Port on the MōVI GCU. the stock setting of 50% for M10s and 70% for dual cage MōVIs such as the Available selections are UART and Shutter where UART is default. Select UART M5 and M15. when using the Freefly MōVI Controller to enable communication between the MōVI and the receiver. Select Shutter to enable shutter release or start/stop functionality via other 3rd party controllers. Output signal of the Aux Port when set to shutter: Pin 1 Aux port = GND, Pin 3 Aux port = Shutter input. Map Remote Shutter and Shutter Type settings must also be set. 04-P31

05 REMOTE CONTROL Separating the tasks of moving the camera and framing the shot allow for unique and dynamic camera moves during high-action scenes. In order to effectively execute such shots, it is imperative that the person holding the MōVI and the person operating the remote control are in sync and understand the other’s intentions. Often times, it is helpful to have wireless communication between the MōVI operator and camera operator, so that they can better coordinate moving and framing the camera. 05-P32

REMOTE CONTROL REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES: 1. Tilt Speed: This dial will adjust the speed of the Tilt Axis. High action scenes may require faster speeds, while some scenes require very subtle and delicate framing. The operator can vary the max tilt speed live and on-the-fly by adjusting this dial. Setting the speed as low as possible will give the operator a 4 finer control feel. 2. Pan Speed: This dial will adjust the speed of the Pan Axis. High action scenes may require faster speeds, while some scenes require very subtle and delicate framing. The operator can vary the max pan speed live and on-the-fly by adjusting this dial. Setting the speed as low as possible will give the operator a finer control feel. 3. Pan/Tilt Joystick: This is the joystick that allows the operator to control the pan and tilt of the camera. The stick is proportional meaning that the further the operator pushes it in a certain direction, the faster the camera will pan/ tilt. It is also important to note that the tilt control can be reversed in the radio software to accommodate the taste of the individual operator. 05-P33

REMOTE CONTROL MODE SWITCH (4): (Dual Operator, Majestic, Kill) Dual Operator Mode: This 3 position switch allows the remote operator to change control modes remotely. The top position is “Remote Operator Mode”, which allows the remote operator to have complete control over the gimbal. 4 In this mode, the person holding the MōVI has no control over the camera’s pan/tilt. One important point is that when completing a shot, it is helpful if the remote operator switches to Majestic Mode, so that the MōVI operator can move freely with the MōVI without tangling wires, etc. Without switching to Majestic Mode, the MōVI will hold its heading regardless of what the MōVI operator does, which can make it difficult to reset the shot. Majestic Mode: This refers to the mode which allows the MōVI operator to control both Pan and Tilt Axes or just one of them. For some shots, it is helpful for the MōVI operator to be able to control framing as a single operator. Some shots are best executed with the MōVI operator controlling pan, but with the camera operator controlling tilt. Kill (Off): This switch position kills power to the MōVI. This is helpful in some cases for setup/initialization or if a wire becomes tangled. In case of any problem or malfunction, the remote operator should immediately activate the kill switch. 05-P34

06 TROUBLESHOOTING 06-P35

TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Gimbal will not power up. Battery unplugged or switch off. Plug in battery and ensure switch is on. Replace battery. Dispose of used No battery indicator. battery properly. Battery damaged or over-discharged. No stabilization, battery indicator shows Battery discharged. Replace battery. Charge the used battery using only the provided charger. one rapid flashing LED. No stabilization, battery indicator shows Gimbal initializing. Allow 5 seconds without camera movement for Gimbal to initialize. charge remaining. Dual Operator Radio Controller in Kill Mode. Use the Mode Switch on the Radio Controller to activate Dual Operator Mode. Or turn off Radio Controller to return to Majestic mode. No stabilization, battery indicator shows Gimbal initialization failed. Restart Gimbal by switching off then on. Allow 5 seconds without camera three flashing LEDs. movement for Gimbal to initialize. A wire has come unplugged. Carefully check all wiring and connectors, especially the IMU Puck wire. Re-seat any loose connections. If a wire has come completely unplugged, refer to the Wiring Diagram for the appropriate connection point. No stabilization on one axis. Axis Stiffness is set to 0. Open the GUI. On the Tuning page, ensure that the axis Stiffness is not set to zero. A motor Drive has been reset due to voltage, temperature, or current protection. Restart the Gimbal by switching off then on. A Motor Wire has come unplugged. Power off the Gimbal. Reconnect the Motor Wire. Refer to the Wiring Diagram for proper connections. Gimbal attempts to stabilize camera to an Gimbal initialized in improper orientation. The Restart Gimbal by switching off then on. Ensure that the camera and improper orientation. camera must be correctly oriented during Gimbal are in the desired orientation during initialization. initialization. The Gimbal joints should never be disassembled except by qualified Gimbal joints have been modified. technicians. 06-P36

TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Oscillation on one more Gimbal axis. Stiffness setting is too high. Reduce the Stiffness setting of the axis that is oscillating using the GUI Tuning page. (You can use the GUI Motors Chart to see which axis is An Adjustment Clamp is not tightened. oscillating if it isn’t visible.) Camera mounting is not stiff enough. Check all Adjustment Clamps for adequate tightness. They must all be Filter settings are incorrect. Note: The Gyro and locked down during operation. If necessary, adjust the clamp tension with Output filters are advanced settings and should only a hex wrench. be modified if other methods of reducing oscillation The camera must be mounted rigidly to the Tilt Axis. Use a wedge or have failed. spacer under the lens and/or on the sides of the camera to stiffen the mounting if necessary. If the oscillations are fast (buzzing), try increasing the Filter settings under GUI Expert Settings. If they are slow (rocking), try decreasing the Filter settings. Poor stabilization. (Bumps or jolts present The gimbal is not adequately balanced. Check the camera balance in various positions. Repeat balancing steps as in footage.) The Stiffness setting is too low. described in the user manual. Increase the Stiffness settings of each axis in the GUI Tuning page. If you can identify which axis is poorly stabilized, start with that axis’ Stiffness. Higher Stiffness will achieve better stabilization. The tuning process is described in the user manual. Horizon (Roll Axis) is not level. Roll Trim not set. Adjust the Roll Trim setting to achieve a level horizon. In Majestic Mode, this is adjustable in the GUI. In Dual Operator mode, this is adjustable using the Roll Trim switch on the Dual Operator Radio Controller. No Control in Dual Operator Mode. Dual Operator Radio Controller is off, or set to Kill or Turn on Radio Controller and set Mode Switch to Dual Operator (DUAL) Majestic Mode. Mode. Radio Controller Mapping is misconfigured. If you are using the stock Radio Controller (Spektrum DX7s), ensure that the Radio Mapping settings in the GUI are as shown on P27. If you are using another Radio Controller, refer to the User Manual for guidance on Radio Mapping. 06-P37

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