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Decreasing throttle speeds

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mattsimok, Mar 6, 2015.

  1. Mattsimok

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    Hi, I was wondering if in the NAZA assistant software how I could slow my throttle speeds. I do a lot of filming and I have trouble keeping a constant pressure on to fly slowly without pitch in the "horizontal axis" (forgive my lack of terminology). I'd like to have "horizontal axis" that when I push the stick full throttle for it to fly at a smooth steady pace without pitching. Can this be done? Is there any consequences in doing so?

    ~Thanks in advance
     
  2. PTCX

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    It's the nature of way the quads motors speed up more at the rear to get forward momentum that makes it pitch forward and you can't get away from it,especially if you want to go to full throttle.
    The only way to get around it is to mount the camera on a gimbal.The gimbal will counteract the pitch and roll of the quad as you move and maneuver.