Yes the main one for the camera, from what I can tell the main one comes out of the back controller, and feeds in to the camera housing and both motors, so it looks like anyway, but either way the one that comes from the back of the unit.Do you mean the two ribbons that controls the gimbals motors or the ribbon for the camera?
if you mean the 8 pin cable that comes out of the P2 to the back of the gimbal. Then yes it is available from B&H in NY.Yes the main one for the camera, from what I can tell the main one comes out of the back controller, and feeds in to the camera housing and both motors, so it looks like anyway, but either way the one that comes from the back of the unit.
What GP camera are you using? If your using a GoPro hero 4 here's the cable on ebay.No I mean the ribbon cable.
When you take your head from where the sun don't shine maybe you will understand that I gave you info for the 8 pin cable. You have no one to blame but yourself when you supply so little info. You cannot buy that 8 pin cable buy itself it only as a package with two other cables. And if you do not live in the US then find your own supplierAre you familiar with the Zenmuse H3-2D Gimbal designed for the go-pro 3 ?
I am getting the feeling that the people who are replying don't have one otherwise you would know what I am talking about.
The ribbon cable is part of the gimbal its self, its not a video cable, its not an add on cable like the 8 pin cable - this is an integral part of the gimbal. DJI don't list this as a spare part - I am hoping some one has one for sale (stripping down a broken gimbal) for instance - or knows of an aftermarket solution.
So if you don't understand what I mean - or never heard of this please don't reply.
Already seen it, already decided its too risky. Most of the broken gimbals have damaged cables. What I want is a brand new one, either OEM or aftermarket. DJI is of no help, I think this gimbal is discontinued.I found a whole gimbal for parts online yesterday but since you feel you shouldn't have to go into this type of detail neither do I. Do your own reseach!!
Yes looking back your probably right, but I did give a description early on of what it did. It seems to be the main reason for this gimbal failure, You would have thought someone somewhere would be making them.Btw, the "ribbon cable" should really be called a "black flex cable" to distinguish it from the "grey ribbon cable".
The cable is too small and flimsy to be reliably repaired, my problem is that it is corroded at the socket end, making bridging almost impossible.I've not seen that ribbon sold anywhere. (Except once on Ebay from someone who disassembled their gimbal.)
However, it doesn't have that many conductors, and therefore is something that can be fixed by soldering tiny wires to it (for someone with sufficiently advanced soldering skills).
At each socket, there are only 4 necessary connections: ground, power, CAN-H, CAN-L. The other 2 wires are to send the camera video back to the main board.The cable is too small and flimsy to be reliably repaired, my problem is that it is corroded at the socket end, making bridging almost impossible.