Just came across this guys youtube where he has written a lua script to add into the Taranis that allows VERY smooth pitch movement of the camera, and also adds ramping up and down as it starts and ends the slider movement. Here is his site: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htn64XRH558 (You can download his files in his comments from there) Here is a video where he shows the results of camera pitch movement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3f...feature=iv&annotation_id=annotation_962426863 I have taken his file and incorporated it into my radio, changing his setup to using the switch and slider I prefer. I use the LS(left slider) for camera pitch movement and the SE switch to set the 3 different camera up/down speeds. So the SE switch will set the speed of the movement of the camera to be either slow, medium or faster, and the script will smoothly move the camera up/down as I move the slider and the script adds a nice ramping up and ramping down of the movement at the beginning and end wherever I start and stop the slider dial. I think it is pretty cool, so I thought I would pass this info along for any other Taranis users that might be interested. Although you can look at his programming in the script and it does look complex(at least to me), it is not necessary to understand or do any programming, just hook it up as he says, and it should work great. It really works great for me.