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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Sky High Photography, Apr 16, 2015.

  1. Sky High Photography

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    I am having trouble finding the post that showed a screenshot of someones custom gain adjustments...
    Does anyone have any input on what they find works best?
    I understand that this is really personal preference and dependent on flying style, but a starting point would be great! My first adjustment would likely be trying to avoid such a dynamic stop when moving forward and back. I try really hard to ease the sticks. I know flying in atti is the smoothest, but which gain adjustment would help with this?

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    Dynamic braking is now adjustable in app (Under Expo settings in RC screen)
     
  3. Sky High Photography

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    Under gain and expo Tuning?
    Throttle up and down?
    Currently set to .40.
    I assume I would go down to .3?
     
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    I turned my braking sensitivity down to 70%. Set my expo to .30 straight across. This will tame the bird down a ton. Maybe too much for some.
     

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    I have also given my throttle a linear curve/line. I don't like exponential throttle response :eek: (throw back from my heli days!)
     
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    Cool, Ill try it out and fine tune it from there.
    Thanks!
     
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    From a well known guy on the FB group. Says this will really tame the I1 for filming:

    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1429321744.496924.jpg
     
  8. Sky High Photography

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    Made the adjustments yesterday and wow, what a difference!
    Amazingly smooth with the sticks now.
    Is it me or does this thing fly significantly faster after the latest firmware?
     
  9. lrwskyfilms

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    Likewise moved mine down to 75 each (previously on 90) and expos on 30, very happy the way I1 handles now.
     
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    I was thinking of cutting back gains also but I had this nagging thought. With reduced gains and using expo the total stick movements would probably be greater - would that increase the likelihood of an "accidental CSC" ? Ok, I am just not going to think about it....
     
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    Someone help me. What does the acronym CSC actually stand for. I know what the stick movement is, but I don't know the words.
     
  12. lrwskyfilms

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    I don't think so IMHO, I still think to initiate a CSC you would have to do a real bizarre, weird manoeuvre, just practice it on the ground lightly and see what position the craft is getting into.
     
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    Combination/combined stick command
     
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    Maybe it's because I come from CP heli's but I LOVE the aggressive braking. It stops on a dime...:D.
    It also does not transfer into footage as the gimbal does such a fantastic job.
    But.....each to their own, if everyone liked the same thing , life would be boring. ;)
     
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    You just like seeing the craft do a tail stand:)
     
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    Ummmmmmm.............ummmmmmm.............yeah! (And the noise) :p
     
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    How do I slow down the rotation using the left stick, so I can eliminate the camera blur when rotating 360-degrees?
     
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    Practice :)
     
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    Practice...okay, that works. I was hoping there was a setting that could be modified, but I guess "practice makes perfect". Thanks...