A couple of others have already ordered their gimbal, or have already received the gimbal, so I thought I’d just throw up this video. Here’s a look at how and where my wires are run through the CAME 7000 3 Axis Gimbal along with a tip on removing those little connectors.
I’m still in the middle of taking the entire thing apart, but if you’re already getting started maybe that video can give you an idea of how i’ve run the wires through the frame. Sorry the end of the video got cut off, but I got lazy. It is what it is.
This next video shows how i’ve added [in a not-so-elegant way] an electronics Project Box to the rear of the Gimbal. This keeps the control board covered (protected), prevents the battery cable from being yanked off the board, and also hides the excess wiring – keeping things clean. I have drilled a few holes to allow a flush mount, and a hole off the side for the USB port. Here’s a closer look.
[ In case you are clueless to this product, check out the gimbal review posted earlier (here) ]
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