I recently built a custom gimbal but im having a little issue getting it workingh properly and I’m not sure on the optimal way to control it. If I plug the Gimbal (brushless motor) into the F1 port on the Naza-M-V2, all it does is lock its position, but it doesn’t move or respond to any inputs. If I use a standard servo it works fine, it so the NAZAs F1 port and the slider are working fine, but not with the motor Im using in this gimbal I only need the one F1 channel for the camera will pan left and right with the slider on the transmitter, preferable in the “FPV-Locked” State. I don’t need any auto-correction so it should be quite simple but im not getting it… I’ve have worked with brushless motors before and used ESC’s, but I can’t see that being what I need here, these mini brushless motors draw very little current, and I need slow methodical movement, and quick response, not high-speed or torque like a ESC typically does. What am I missing here? What is my best option to let me pan this little brushless motor left and right with the slider and all I need is around 40 degrees. The best I can come up with is a simple gimbal controller, and use only the angle-controller portion, and use it to set the limits of movement, What am I looking for? Do they make a stripped down version of a GCU? What is the circuitry would I be using to do this? Any ideas?