So my Walkera gimbal works correctly and the pitch lever is calibrated correctly. I have narrowed the range in the Nazam setup so that max up is straight ahead for the camera and max down is strait down. The problem is that now the lever has big "dead zone" at each end of it's travel and since the lever is on the bottom of the controller I can't see where it is positioned, so when it comes time to smoothly pan up and down I move the lever a little and nothing happens and I do that several times until the lever comes into the "working zone" in the middle of the range of motion. By then it is too late for the proper timing of the video. Is there a way to calibrate the pitch so that the full range of the lever equals only the useful range of straight ahead to straight down? The work around might be to use the spare little adhesive rubber feet and block the lever's range of motion on each side so I can only move it in the range where it effects change.