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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Slone Starkey, May 14, 2015.
Holy horizon, UNACCEPTABLE!!! where is the fix DJI?
Glad you didn't actually, "fly over it".
Yea I know?!? I've done several gimble calibrations, so not sure what to do?
Do one on a level surface...
Ffs dude, change the title of your post!
Because it implies you actually flew over the game, which you didn't, thankfully.
My intention was to fly over but I chickened out...(I guess it is a misleading title, my bad. Not sure what to put?)
What does Ffs mean?
I can hear that pea rolling around in that empty hear of yours.
Thanks for the kind words.
I'm waiting for a response from DJI on this:
"My horizon will not stay level and I have seen countless other videos with a horizon which is not level. I’ve done an advanced IMU calibration on a perfectly level surface, I’ve calibrated the gimbal, I’ve adjusted the manual roll and calibrated the gimbal, I’ve manually adjusted roll while in the air, and nothing seems to keep the horizon level during the entire flight. All of these procedures start the camera off on a level horizon but while I’m in the air the horizon goes back to position which is not level. Any idea if this can be fixed through firmware? If not, I will be sending this unit back and waiting for confirmation from others that this issue has been resolved."
I didn't buy this thing to have to mess with the horizon like this for each flight...
How about: Aerial view of Texas Rangers game from Phantom 3
You can't fly over sporting events bro. Ffs means for f**** sake. This **** is really starting to get frustrating.
Maybe there needs to be some quick and dirty licensing procedure. Kind of like what it takes to get your CHL. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concealed_carry_in_the_United_States
What's so frustrating?
We are just trying to keep your name and the hobby out of the paper.
The fact that you don't know why is only the beginning.