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Old 04-08-2021, 11:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default X10S gimbal spring tension adjustment

Uh... can the spring tension in these gimbals be adjusted? The gimbals in my X9D were quite easy to adjust but my old eyes are having a hard time seeing where these adjust. I’m not quite confident enough to take a hex driver to these! I can’t find any tutorials or documentation on these. Any help would be much appreciated.

UPDATE: Forum member Hydros27 came up with the answer: there’s a small hole in the spring arm that gives access to a hex head adjustment screw. Clockwise to loosen tension. Thanks Hydros!
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