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I2 - Yaw camera (C1+LSW) stops working when landing gear goes up
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Dronie.dk
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Hi,

I'm testing my new I2 + X5S these dasy and observed a strange behaviour.

To Yaw the camera, you now need to press and hold C1 + turn Left Scroll Wheel (LSW).

That works fine when I test it on the ground, when motors are running and during hover. But as soon as I raise the landing gear I can't not yaw anymore.
If I lower the landing gear it works perfectly fine again.

This is when gimbal is in "Follow" mode - which is what I always used (+1,000 flights with I1).

If I however switch gimbal to "Free" mode - which I really don't want to use, then the yaw functionality (C1+LSW) works again.

So the issue is:
Yaw camera with C1+LSW only works with landing gear down in "Follow" mode

1) Does anyone know of a fix?
2) Could someone test if your I2 does the same?




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Yaw only works in Free Mode from my understanding. Follow Mode the camera always follows the front of the UAV.
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dldp-sp Posted at 2017-1-25 03:30
Yaw only works in Free Mode from my understanding. Follow Mode the camera always follows the front of the UAV.

That's never been the case before.

Yaw have always worked perfectly fine in Follow Mode on the Inspire 1.
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Dronie.dk Posted at 2017-1-25 03:40
That's never been the case before.

Yaw have always worked perfectly fine in Follow Mode on the Inspire 1.

Just confirmed that other I2's can yaw fine in Follow mode.
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Dronie.dk Posted at 2017-1-25 03:53
Just confirmed that other I2's can yaw fine in Follow mode.

Humm, then I have the same problem as you. There must be a setting we are missing.

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I have seen another post that says the same thing. Must be in Free mode inoder to yaw the gimbal.
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Funny you just posted that, I have same issues. Will have to experiment with it.
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NJ Flying Crazy
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Hi everyone, new inspire 2 owner so don't shoot me.  I just read in the manual:  "The user cannot control the gimbal pan in follow mode.", page 48 at the bottom of the manual.
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NJ Flying Crazy Posted at 2017-1-25 12:29
Hi everyone, new inspire 2 owner so don't shoot me.  I just read in the manual:  "The user cannot control the gimbal pan in follow mode.", page 48 at the bottom of the manual.

Hi NJ,

What is this "Manual" of which you speak? Are you suggesting this thing may contain answers? Instructions? Information on how to operate our new toys? Where would we find said "manual" and how would we use it?  

Well found dude

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This can only be done in free mode. Dji rep confirmed on another forum.
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Mark Guille Posted at 2017-1-26 01:18
Hi NJ,

What is this "Manual" of which you speak? Are you suggesting this thing may contain answers? Instructions? Information on how to operate our new toys? Where would we find said "manual" and how would we use it?  

hey  Mark...it's in the manual that is on the dji site for the inspire 2.  Link below.
https://dl.djicdn.com/downloads/ ... +2+User+Manual+.pdf
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NJ Flying Crazy Posted at 2017-1-26 03:27
hey  Mark...it's in the manual that is on the dji site for the inspire 2.  Link below.
https://dl.djicdn.com/downloads/inspire_2/20170104/INSPIRE+2+User+Manual+.pdf

I think Mark's post was laced with Sarcasm.    Unless you are playing along too then the joke is on me I guess

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Mark Guille Posted at 2017-1-26 01:18
Hi NJ,

What is this "Manual" of which you speak? Are you suggesting this thing may contain answers? Instructions? Information on how to operate our new toys? Where would we find said "manual" and how would we use it?  

You are a funny one , and then I see post from userf1d95ea1 ( post #11)  and start to really get a belly buster.....!

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Donnie Stugots Posted at 2017-1-26 05:50
I think Mark's post was laced with Sarcasm.    Unless you are playing along too then the joke is on me I guess

donnie

No Donnie it is on me, I thought he was serious, LOL
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NJ Flying Crazy Posted at 2017-1-26 10:29
No Donnie it is on me, I thought he was serious, LOL

No worries mate , all in good fun!

cheers

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NJ Flying Crazy Posted at 2017-1-26 03:27
hey  Mark...it's in the manual that is on the dji site for the inspire 2.  Link below.
https://dl.djicdn.com/downloads/inspire_2/20170104/INSPIRE+2+User+Manual+.pdf

Great find!! Thank you!

RD
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