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  • Looking at my camera/gimbal shelf. Way too many cameras. I love fixing them but then when they are all done, I just put them on a shelf and forget to sell them. Bad habit.
    I am stuck at home. I have repaired anything and everything I have. Making a new YouTube video today.
    Hey buddy, I hope you recover well. I’m holding off, but I wish I could get around better. I had to retire early. Don’t like it much, because I still can’t do anything. Tell me if it is the answer when you get back on your feet?
    Oso
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    I am one of many here who have seen all of the help you have provided these past few years including videos, individual step by step help and even with free parts at times. I myself have often recommended you to people in trouble. I hope you continue as a valuable contributor to this forum as you have been all of this time.
    Hey. I just picked up two more P3S with five batteries, 2 controllers and tons of extras with military grade case. One camera works great but has a bent yaw arm and comes with a replacement yaw arm already......the other drone is missing the camera. So for now my other project is gonna take a back burner as I can just fix this yaw arm and I’m done. Or I may sell them to pay for this habit!!!!
    I'm here. If you want a quick response from me start a conversation, don't post on this page.
    Hey Ted, I think we discussed this in the past but want to ask again to see if any new fixes has been discovered. My P3P camera points slightly left of center and I have tried every calibration but to no avail. Anything new on this that you're aware of?
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