Thank youThere are two different settings for Yaw in the Settings/Aircraft/Flight Control Settings of the YuneecPilot app.
The first is the EXP (exponential) setting for the Yaw. It controls the sensitivity1 of the stick as you move it left/right. An EXP of 0 or blank gives a 1:1 stick input to control output. Try setting the Yaw EXP to 0.75 to 0.85 when trying to make smooth yaw movements for cinematic flying.
There is also the Rate control for Yaw and it is adjustable from 10 deg/sec to 200 deg/sec. Set it to lower values when taking video and higher values if flying for fun in sport mode.
The Yaw rate is one of the sensitivity settings. The other two are attitude and braking, and like yaw rate the lower the setting the smoother but less responsive those controls are. So lower settings for cinematic flying and higher settings for flying in sport mode where reactions are more abrupt and responsive.Thank you
What about the sensitivity settings
was very helpful thanks so muchAfter my earlier post in this thread about the EXP (exponential) settings for the sticks, I thought it would be fitting to explain what this does for stick response for those not familiar with this topic.
The exponential settings determine the responsiveness of the sticks near the neutral center position out to their outer limit. I placed values into each EXP setting in the YuneecPilot app so I could show what each type of setting looks like in one screen capture (you likely never set your controller up like this).
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For EXP values less than 0.50 responsiveness is great near neutral position and less so near the outer limits. These settings are for seasoned pilots that have very steady hands and need fast response with very little stick movement.
At 0.50 the stick has a 1:1 input to output ratio and the response is the same from the middle to the extents. This is basically the default mode for the controller.
Lastly are EXP values greater than 0.50. These settings make the sticks less responsive near the neutral position and more responsive as you near the limits of travel. These values help the pilot make movements in a very smooth and precise manner allowing capture of video without the sickening jerkiness and panning shots that move too fast.