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The camera looks in the direction to the left and not to the center. All the calibrations were done, but after switching on it was directed to the left. How to fix it?
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Hi. Read Natalia's instructions in this thread at post #10 here:  http://forum.dji.com/thread-87837-1-1.html

If there's confusion with which way the craft needs to face when doing the gimbal calibration following the manual step (yeah, it's not the usual), it's clarified later in the post.
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Punchbuggy Posted at 2017-4-18 21:46
Hi. Read Natalia's instructions in this thread at post #10 here:  http://forum.dji.com/thread-87837-1-1.html

If there's confusion with which way the craft needs to face when doing the gimbal calibration following the manual step (yeah, it's not the usual), it's clarified later in the post.

Thank you so much! I hope everything will turn out.
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aleksandr Posted at 2017-4-18 22:41
Thank you so much! I hope everything will turn out.

Turn did not solve the problem. Looked at the design, the yaw motor is fixed on 4 bolts to the damping pad. The camera looks to the left (((. Add programmatically as on the axis of the roll adjustment yaw.) Other solution I think not (
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aleksandr Posted at 2017-4-20 19:36
Turn did not solve the problem. Looked at the design, the yaw motor is fixed on 4 bolts to the damping pad. The camera looks to the left (((. Add programmatically as on the axis of the roll adjustment yaw.) Other solution I think not (

Just to clarify, you do not see any physical dents to the gimbal motor arms, correct? Is this right out of the box, or is it after a firmware update or hard landing? When you performed an IMU and gimbal calibration in that order, did you see any difference at first or was there no changes at all?
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DJI-Jamie Posted at 2017-4-20 20:54
Just to clarify, you do not see any physical dents to the gimbal motor arms, correct? Is this right out of the box, or is it after a firmware update or hard landing? When you performed an IMU and gimbal calibration in that order, did you see any difference at first or was there no changes at all?

Out of the box, the angle to the left was smaller, but I noticed that after the firmware update the angle increased. No damage and no falls. It seems to me that the angle has become larger after the calibration of the transmitter. If to make adjustment similar to roll that I think the problem will be solved.
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DJI-Jamie Posted at 2017-4-20 20:54
Just to clarify, you do not see any physical dents to the gimbal motor arms, correct? Is this right out of the box, or is it after a firmware update or hard landing? When you performed an IMU and gimbal calibration in that order, did you see any difference at first or was there no changes at all?

Out of the box, the angle to the left was smaller, but I noticed that after the firmware update the angle increased. No damage and no falls. It seems to me that the angle has become larger after the calibration of the transmitter. If to make adjustment similar to roll that I think the problem will be solved.
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If the damping pad is turned to the right, the camera will look straight ahead. But the design does not allow changing the angle of the platform.
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The camera turns off at the same angles when turned off, but when stabilized it stabilizes and looks to the left.
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aleksandr Posted at 2017-4-20 21:13
Out of the box, the angle to the left was smaller, but I noticed that after the firmware update the angle increased. No damage and no falls. It seems to me that the angle has become larger after the calibration of the transmitter. If to make adjustment similar to roll that I think the problem will be solved.

If this was out of the box, then an exchange would have been the best course of action. Since you opened the unit, however, you would need to send the unit in to DJI for service.
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DJI-Jamie Posted at 2017-4-20 21:59
If this was out of the box, then an exchange would have been the best course of action. Since you opened the unit, however, you would need to send the unit in to DJI for service.

Thank you, but from Russia it's problematic to send to DJI and for a very long time. I think that this problem is solved at the program level.
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I did not wait for the addition of the function in the GI centering the camera at the rate. On the vibrating platform, drilled holes for the motor to compensate for the angle. Now the camera looks perfectly straight.
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aleksandr Posted at 2017-4-26 00:12
I did not wait for the addition of the function in the GI centering the camera at the rate. On the vibrating platform, drilled holes for the motor to compensate for the angle. Now the camera looks perfectly straight.

Drill new point motor yaw
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aleksandr Posted at 2017-4-26 00:44
Drill new point motor yaw

Camera gimbal center ok!
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