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  1. mmarkoe

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    I've read the manual and see it says for FPV the Gimbal does not move as you roll the P4. With Follow it says the gimbal rolls with the P4 as you roll left or right. Does this mean with FPV if you are heading towards a tower, and roll left, the gimbal stays focused on the tower?

    What do most people use for:
    a. Navigation of the P4?
    b. Video?

    Thanks,
    Marty
     
  2. msinger

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    Most people are using Follow. You probably only want to use FPV when flying with FPV Goggles.
     
  3. mmarkoe

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    Thanks, use FPV with goggles now makes sense.
    Marty
     
  4. Erised

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    I f you chose not to follow the horizon and are flying hard you may want to sit down and don't stand close to an edge. (changed it)
     
    #4 Erised, Oct 11, 2016
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  5. Mako79

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    Could be a Chingrish thing...

    Follow = follow horizon.
    FPV = not follow horizon.

    They really should have reworded it, '3 AXIS STABILASATION = ON/OFF'.
     
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