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  1. SherwoodSkycams @moobit

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    Hi all. :)

    I'm having a problem with my camera Gimbal after a fly-away the other day caused my H to crash into a fence (I see some of you have had similar issues with fly-aways since the last software update too! :(

    Anywhoo - When I flick the top left switch from G to F to lock it forward facing, the camera spins and points straight to the right (as you're looking at the back of the drone), instead of spinning to point forwards...

    Does anyone know how to reset the forward camera position please?

    Thanks! :)
     
  2. wedbster

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    Do you have ckecked K1 on the ST16 ?
     
  3. SherwoodSkycams @moobit

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    not sure... let me turn it on... :)

    Where am i looking?
     
  4. wedbster

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    K1 is your Gimbal Pan Conrtol left upper side
     
  5. gwhuntoon

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    You also may need to do a gimbal calibration so the gimbal knows where its new limits are.
     
  6. SherwoodSkycams @moobit

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    ah yes i see what you mean. The pan mode switch is in the fully up mode - pointing at "f"
     
  7. SherwoodSkycams @moobit

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    Am in the hardware monitor screen - i see what you mean by K1 - sorry i got confused! :)

    K1 is labeled as the pan control dial, which is pointing at "12 o'clock"
    pan mode switch"S2" is in the upper position (F)
    tilt mode "S1" is in the upper position (A)

    I'm about to try a gimbal calibration
     
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  8. wedbster

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    OK, when you still have the problem, you have the option to calibrate your Gimbal.

    Tab on GPS Calibration look for Gimbal Calibration and start it
     
  9. SherwoodSkycams @moobit

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    Got it thanks :)
    Part way through calibration now...
     
  10. SherwoodSkycams @moobit

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    Calibration complete - gimbal still points to the right :(