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camera angle reset

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Help' started by smino, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. smino

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    when i turn on the phantom the camera is at approx 45 degree down angle.so i move the camera to view when in flight.all is good.turn off drone replace with another battery turn back on and the camera is back at 45 degrees. so is there some where i can store the camera angle.the reason is that if starting of from on grass the lens sometimes gets dirty. cheers in advance
     
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    Try advanced calibration on phantom, if it not helps, calibrate remote controller.
     
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    That's normal.
    The later firmware makes the camera look 45 degrees on initialisation.
     
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    Are you sure ? Mine has latest firmware, but no 45 degrees on initialization. Hope we all are talking about Phantom Vision 2 plus V3.0 ?
     
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    Most P2V+ the default is 45 degree angle. You have to adjust at each flight for the angle you want. Pretty soon it becomes second nature. You just do it.