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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by rrmader, Jun 7, 2015.
When I turn on the Phantom 2 Vision, The camera goes to full down how do I get it to stay level
Try recalibrating your remote controller exactly like this:
Thanks for the reply Did that and it still goes down on start up
Recalibrate the camera wheel as well.
It has a mind of it's own tried all that and it still goes down at startup
Had the same problem several times some months ago. In DJI Assistant upgrade the camera software even it it says you have the most current version. Force a restart after you "upgrade." I have no idea why this works or even what the actual problem was/is, but the worked perfectly for me every time. I haven't had the problem since.
I have the first Vision with rotorpixel gimbal... Mine points down at startup,... always has since the combination plus/vision firmware was released.
The solution in the past has been to simply hold the control wheel position up during start.(V3 TX with wheel) Has this changed?
Not that I am aware of RC and that's how I do it > Really not a problem after awhile It's just the normal with me !
Messing in the RC assistant the other nite I did have it where it would go up when I powered it up but by doing whatever I did to get that I screwed everything else up
Finally got it back to normal and just gonna leave it that way !
Ya learnt my lesson to screwed mine up by going into RC assistant as well took me a while to get it back too
It's not the end of the world. If I figure it out I will post back here
what does that mean force restart ,restart what please explain thanks
Give me a few minutes. I emailed the vendor when the problem happened and included my remedy. Look back here in an hour or so.
Go to upgrades, select camera, choose the version you want (even if it is the same as you already have), do the upgrade, DO NOT click on OK or Continue etc. Turn your Phantom battery OFF, wait a minute or so, Turn your Phantom battery back ON. IIRC, doing it the intuitive way--click OK or Continue--didn't produce any results while doing it this way resolved the problem. My Phantom and I are not at the same place right now, so I can't do a "dry run" to see the actual popup dialog boxes. I will tag this and update when I have my Phantom with me.
Hi To all
I am Fabian my first time on this matter!!
I having some problems with my Wi Fi signal I loose it when start on the motors . Could anybody give me some help?
While the Vision is powered off. Make sure the camera plug on the back of the camera has a good click when you plug it in. Restart the Phantom and Wifi app and try to connect again.
Danger....DO NOT plug or unplug ANY cables while the Vision is powered on.
Thanks for the help RCRookie!!! I will try with this!!