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hover angle fine tuning

Discussion in 'Phantom FC40 Discussion' started by comanforterie, Oct 4, 2014.

  1. comanforterie

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    Is there a way , in the Naza assistant, to adjust how the DJI hovers?...see picture attached.....i need to bring the right side up about 2 inches.....all of my shots when hovering, are too low on the right
     

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  2. noiseboy72

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    The angle of hover is dictated by the wind that the quad is fighting and the direction you are flying in. It will always angle into wind, as directional control is by altering the pitch of the quad by differential motor speeds.

    What I am saying is that without a gimbal, you cannot adjust the angle of the camera, as if the quad flew flat, it could only go up and down!
     
  3. comanforterie

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    makes sense........thanks

    i've had my Phantom just a week now....still getting used to it
     
  4. darwin-t

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    If you flit into ATTI mode, the quad will drift with the wind and not lean so much when hovering. In GPS mode, it is fighting to stay in place.