Hey other Users. I am currently trying to put a Raspi Zero w with the Zero cam on the raspberry Pi, to make lag-less full HD videos, facing down. I will show you video footage and how I did it when it works!
The Pi cam has got a video stabilizer included. If I stabilize it with Software it would lose the Full HD.
This guy seems to use a self build drone, which is not very well stabilized. The Tello, in good wind conditions and not fast mode, should produce a far better video than this one. And as this one is even better than the Tello video, it should be amazing!Might not be so bad.
IDK about that being better than Tello. I too, await your tests! If I could recommend using something like sticky tack on the back of the camera for vibration. Clearly lots of jello in that video.
yes that's true, the Raspberry Pi cam is also not the best camera, but at least there won't be any missing frames or pixel salad. But it should be fine if you not fly to fast. The sticky tack is actually a great idea!
Try using a Wifi extender AND TelloFPV app if you haven't already. No skipped frames or salad lol. Of course this also depends on distance, interference and the video settings used in Tello FPV.yes that's true, the Raspberry Pi cam is also not the best camera, but at least there won't be any missing frames or pixel salad. But it should be fine if you not fly to fast. The sticky tack is actually a great idea!
that sounds a bit complicated.Also awaiting the quality of the shots.
BTW: Found the info about Pi Zero W used as AP and client at the same time just with the onboard wifi chip.
Simultaneous AP & Client on the Pi Zero W
So with some effort on the programming side this could be a way to get EIS stabilized video recording without (m)any frameskips.