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  1. spitando

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    Hi guys

    I notice today taht my Phantom 4 camera is not centered.
    Is always point more to the right.

    I already calibrate the Gimbal but the issue remain.
    Do you guys have any solution.

    Pictures in attach

    Thanks in advance.
    BR
    SM
     

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  2. Dinerve

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    Yeah seen that issue there.

    I'd go down the reset to factory settings/reflash/recalibrate everything and if it still occurs, I'd contact DJI...

    Best of luck!
     
  3. Dinerve

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    Could this newly introduced feature in the DJI GO app v3.0.0 be the answer to your troubles?

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  4. spitando

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    Looks like is the perfect solution.
    But my app update yesterday to 2.9.1 and not to 3.0
    Im using Samsung Note 4 (Android).

    How can i get this version?
     
  5. whatsnxt

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    I think the iOS version is v3.0.0 and the android one is 2.9.1


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  6. spitando

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    In android, app version 2.9.1 dont have this option
     
  7. whatsnxt

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    I think dji has a different developer team for android and iOS, maybe they haven't implemented the function for android yet

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  8. MC84

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    I have tried this option, but it doesn't seem to do anything, the gimbal points down but no adjustments are made. There doesn't seem to be any information as to what this 'feature' actually does. :(
     
  9. faissk

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    Hello

    Did you end up finding a fix for this issue?
     
  10. JWH

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    I went through those settings. It didn't help mine. My camera is always very slightly to the left.

    It is a mechanical issue. With the power off, it moves more to the left than the right. The software calibration puts it in the center of the mechanical range.

    I had thought about seeing if it were a splined shaft of some sort and move it on the mount. I am reluctant to touch it until I know for sure. Would someone please answer this and post a picture.