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How can I smooth out the camera tilt (up/down) speed on my Inspire 1?

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Help' started by LEC, Apr 2, 2016.

  1. LEC

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    The little dial on the bottom left of my controller tilts the camera up and down but when I try to do a low swooping shot over the water and then rise up for a more eagle's eye view I then have to adjust the camera angle (to point more down) but the movement is always so jerky it ruins the usability of the shot (without cutting/splicing). Is there a solution? I found a few threads telling me how to adjust the flight pitch/yaw but now how to adjust the camera movement up and down (pitch?). Would appreciate any tips you vets have for this problem (and I know that a second camera operator helps but it doesn't help me).
     
  2. msinger

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    You can adjust it in the "Gimbal Settings" --> "Advanced Settings" section of DJI GO.

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    You can also adjust the soft start/stop of the gimbal using the smooth track setting.
     
  4. LEC

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    Many thanks for the reply. Higher on the Gimbal Tilt SmoothTrack will make the tilting smoother? What exactly does the Gimbal Tilt EXP adjust?
     
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    All expo(nential) settings will desensitise the stick/wheel movement around central position so make finer control easier.
     
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    So the higher the number (sliding the thing to the right) the lower the sensitivity?