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Does anyone have a Perfectly Wonky Horizon line ?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by blomdido, Feb 15, 2016.

  1. blomdido

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    I have only had My Phantom 3 adv less than a couple of months, & have noticed something from the first time I replayed Video & photos. The Horizon line is definitely wonky. Has anyone else noticed this, or surely the giblets is faulty ?


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  2. DroneDestination

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    Try a gimbal and IMU calibration
     
  3. blomdido

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    Thanks ! I did an IMU calibration, it seems to have fixed the problem.


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  4. blomdido

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    And Gimble.


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  5. GreggC

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    I've done the IMU and gimbal cal a dozen times, no help.
    And yes my table is perfectly level on both axis's.
    My horizon sucks, Im at a loss.
     
  6. PhantomPlanet

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    if all else fails, adjust your gimbal roll.
     
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  7. GreggC

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    No can do, it drifts.
    A bit of left then a bit of right then for a while its fine.
     
  8. blomdido

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    "Hmmmmm , " not sure what to suggest IMU & Gimble recalibration fixed My problem.


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