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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Michel Rivet, Dec 29, 2015.

  1. Michel Rivet

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    Happy New Year 2016 to everyone from Quebec Canada..

    I saw on many videos people have added propellers guards on their Phantom 3 pro
    and often you see the guards as they are filming or taking picture,,
    is there a way to avoid seeing that.. exemple the camera can move 90 degrees..
    is there a place in the apps where you would say bring the camera down to 10 or 20 degrees?
    thanks in advance for your time and patience
     
  2. msinger

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    You could use the wheel on remote controller to point your camera down far enough to ensure the prop guards are not in the picture.
     
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    It is a pleasure to welcome you to the Phantom Pilots forum. I hope that you will take advantage of the benefits that come with membership and that you will be able to use the forum for the exchange of innovative ideas and as a resource for current developments in Phantom quadcopter’s.

    You can find the gimbal control dial on the left side of the remote as pictured below.
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  4. gegetrane

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    There is a setting to allow or not an excedent 30degrees vertically from straight horizontal. If activated you may increase shots with props or guards in them.
     
  5. mirrorimage

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    What setting are you referring too? Even with the gimbal limited you can still get the props in the picture. It would be great if DJI allows you to limit gimbal up direction by any value you entered in the software.