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  1. David Armstrong

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    Hi, I am a new Yunnec owner and just received my Typhoon H a couple of weeks ago, so I am still getting the hang of it. My past experience has been flying QAV 500's, but I decided to have a go at a production model. I was blown away with the features and cost of the Typhoon H. I had considered a DJI P3 in the past, but the permanent landing gear was always a deal killer for me. I have been happy with everything except the Aileron and Pitch controls seem to be a little touchy. I am used to just barely tilting the stick and the drone starts into a nice, easy, slow tilt. The H doesn't seem to respond much until you have pushed the stick almost 30% before it starts tilting and then when it does, it is a rather drastic tilt. The gimbal makes it to where it doesn't show up on the video, but it makes it hard if you are trying to make a slow, smooth dolly shot. There is an extremely fine line of how far to tilt the stick and when you find the tilt, it is such a small median that it doesn't take much to get the drone to start rocking. I see that there is a section to manually adjust these controls and I am going to start experimenting, but I wanted to find out if anyone else had this problem and if there had been quick fixes to remedy this problem.
    Thanks!
     
  2. BobW55

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    Are you flying in turtle mode or rabbit?
    Turtle mode is somewhat as you described, rabbit mode is more responsive.
     
  3. Steak frites

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    I've had the same experience. There have been a couple other threads, but no solution, except to turn off gps. Apparently this makes smooth control possible, but isn't really practical.
     
  4. Dof

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    in turtle mode you normally must not have this problem :(
     
  5. OnTheRopes

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    Pitch is still too responsive in turtle mode. However if you want easy smooth control of pan and tilt it is easier to fly a route in CCC mode. that allows you to pan and tilt with the right stick. The H only flies at 12mph max in that mode but it makes filming nice and easy.
     
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