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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by tapcon, May 19, 2015.

  1. tapcon

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    Sorry for the rookie question...

    I took my new Inspire 1 out for it's first real flight. Very happy about the flight characteristics. However, when I uploaded my video, I noticed that my horizon is off by about 10 degrees. Could someone please advise me on how to fix this? I did the compass calibration and advanced IMU calibration before the flight.

    Thanks again in advance for your help.

    Tom
     
  2. tapcon

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    In my videos, the horizon seems to be slanted to the left by about 10 degrees
     
  3. taddessi

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    have you done a Gimbal calibration on a level surface?
     
  4. tapcon

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    How do you do that?
     
  5. Jimmyholster

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    Don't bother, makes no difference.
    Mine has been off by about 3-4 degrees since day 1.
    I've done countless calibration...it changes until you move the gimbal in any way, then pop....back to slanty town..
     
  6. Jimmyholster

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    Sorry, I should actually be helpful rather than tell you my problems haha.
    Click on the 4 dots on the top right of the app, then click on the picture of the gimbal on the left side of the menu...click calibrate gimbal. =)
     
  7. Airwolf13

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    ...THEN read the manual
     
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  8. m00se

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    mine is off by a few degrees, but I have never used a brushless gimbal that isnt, so I never really thought to try and fix it...
     
  9. Jimmyholster

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    2 second fix in post.
     
  10. TR1PL3D

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    Isn't there an Roll adjustment for this in the app somewhere?
     
  11. Boydrone

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    If you view this YouTube Video on the Pilot App:

    About 5 minutes 36 seconds in shows you how to adjust the Horizon using Gimbal Roll.