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what's the difference between pitch lock and orientation lock osmo
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Tried to search on the forum but couldnt find it

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pitch lock  means  the vertical direction is locked, and you can move horizontally.

orientation lock means all four directions are locked.
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Thank u for your answer Thor, but what is it for ? Give us an example please
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DJI-Thor Posted at 2016-11-7 10:44
pitch lock  means  the vertical direction is locked, and you can move horizontally.

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Thank u for your answer Thor, but what is it for ? Give us an example please
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yeah i was trying to comprehend that as well, lol glad im not the only one
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fansea27f3ca Posted at 2016-11-8 09:01
Thank u for your answer Thor, but what is it for ? Give us an example please

Because often enough we need to film a scene where objects are moving in a  horizontal level, for example, following someone through a room.

In this kind of case, we don't need vertical drift, so we can lock that direction.

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Can you make it so the Osmo Plus will stay with an object both horizontally AND vertically. I can "lock" using orientation lock button function and the camera will stay with the object as I pan (move horizontally) the crane I"m using away from the object,  but the Osmo Plus will not tilt down or up to stay with the object if I tilt the crane up or down or move up and away from the stationary object.  Do you know how I can make that happen without having to control it manually? Is it a matter of settings? Any advice would be appreciated!!! Thanks!
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