In lieu of an official FAQ or starting here with the inspire thread, I thought I’d make one. If anyone has anything that needs to be added or edited, comment below and I’ll edit my post. Maybe this will cut down on duplicate threads. Keep in mind this is in no way official and the majority of advice on these has come from forum members and not DJI. I went back a few pages to Inspire Availability CopterShop has Inspires available - Updated 1/26 Battery availability DroneFly has TB47s available - Updated 1/26 No TB48s are available - Updated 1/26 DJI Pilot app for iOS isn’t available It will be back at some point but in the mean time @Mohan was nice enough to put up a link to the IPA file so you can install it to your iOS device. Here are the instructions. Charging the Battery and Controller at the same time The manual says don’t do this while the video from DJI says that its fine. Probably safer to stay on the side of caution here. Travel mode To exit travel mode from the controller flip the RTF switch 4 times and the legs will come in. You can’t do this on carpet, it has to be a surface where the bottom sensors can read the ground. Firmware Update Download the latest firmware update from DJI’s Inspire download page, put the .bin file on to the MicroSD card and then put it in the camera while having it attached to the inspire. Make sure your controller and app are on first as you’ll need to confirm the ability to start the firmware update. After the update has finished, take the MicroSD card and hook it in to your remote controller’s USB port through a card reader. That approach didn’t work for me but putting a MicroUSB cable from the camera to the controller worked. The instructions don’t explicitly state it but the gimbal needs to be connected to the inspire and powered on. IMU Calibration After your firmware is updated and before you fly you’ll need to do an IMU Calibration. It is not necessary to calibrate the IMU before each flight. You can access this hitting the mode button on the app beside the home button, scrolling to advanced settings, sensors and then IMU Calibration at the bottom. Keep the calibration away from anything that might cause a magnetic disturbance such as rebar in cement or even your cell phone.Your mod values should be as follows: Gyroscope - 0.00 (0.01 variation) | Acceleration - 1.00 (0.01 variation) | Compass - 1400 - 1600 Prop Locks Supposedly DJI will begin shipping them soon to people who ordered directly and the DJI distributors will make them available to their customers shortly thereafter. DJI recommends that you don’t fly as the props may come off in certain (but unlikely) conditions. When you do get them here's an installation video. Tablet compatibility Any iOS device with an A7 Processor or above will work. Not sure which Android tablets do or do not work but this is the official list from DJI Samsung S4, S5, Note 3, P900 tablet, Sony Z3 EXPERIA, Google Nexus 7 II, Mi 3, Nubia Z7 mini.. The space on the inspire controller is 170mm so check the tech specs on your tablet to see if it will fit. Gain Settings Factory Default Settings, in my view, make the Inspire a little twitchy and instantly responsive to stick inputs. For smoother craft movement I have adjusted my gains by changing yaw to 70% and Atti to 90%. This works for me in getting a more stable platform for video. Note: Please read the warning at the bottom of the page. I recommend making any value changes 5% at a time, then flying the craft to evaluate handling. Stick Calibration It's not a bad idea to calibrate your sticks, especially if you feel that the Inspire seems to be drifting or yawing with un-commanded stick input. Make sure the Inspire is not powered on during calibration. Find stick calibration in the app under the transmitter symbol, RC Control Settings and follow the instructions. Don't forget to deflect the tilt wheel full stop both ways, in addition to the sticks. While you're in RC Control Settings: Gimbal Wheel Speed Gimbal Wheel Speed can be set to your liking by varying from slow to fast. I like slow pans and tilts for a more cinematic look, so I have mine set at 30. Even so, you can ramp up and ramp down the tilt/pan speed when beginning or ending gimbal movement by slowly increasing/decreasing your wheel deflection. A deft hand (left index finger, actually) is required. Pretend you're Spielberg's DP. Stick Expo Curve I have throttle and yaw expos set at .30. the lowest setting. This means that deflection is dampened from stick center outward for smooth command inputs, with further travel commanding increasing change. Move it to .70, the most radical, and small stick inputs from center will command quicker change. Set to your preference. Default is .40 Note: Expo for Pitch and Roll on the right stick are not yet available but promised for future FW upgrades. C1/C2 Buttons The buttons on the back of the controller (Master for 2 transmitter setups) have many available settings. I find that what works for me is to set C1 at Gimbal Pitch/Yaw ( it's hidden, so scroll up) and C2 at Reset Gimbal Yaw. That way I can switch between tilt and pan function (when they say yaw, it's really panning the camera, not yawing the Inspire craft itself) control for the left side wheel and if I need to snap the camera forward for FPV orientation, I push the C2 button. Current Firmware Versions - Updated 1/20/15 Gimbal - FW: 01.05 - Loader 01.00 Center Board - FW: 02.03 - Loader 03.00 Air Encoder - FW: 01.10 - Loader 01.00 Air OFDM - FW: 01.03 - Loader 03.00 Ground Decoder - FW 01.03 - Loader 01.00 Camera - FW 01.03 Main Controller - FW 01.15 - Loader 34.01 Ground OFDM - FW 01.03 - Loader 02.00 Battery 03.00 - Loader 02.06 ----- Anyone have anything to add that isn't directly addressed in one of the DJI videos that people would have questions on?