No More Drunk Gimbal

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Like some people I was having an issue with the gimbal going limp or drunk during flights so I contacted support and what they suggested as help greatly.

Please, follow the next steps:

  • Power cycle the Solo and the controller
  • Install the gimbal
  • Mount the camera on the gimbal
  • Connect to the Sololink network
  • Access to the Solo app settings
  • Access to the Solo configuration tab
  • Selec and perform the level calibration
  • Select and perform the compass calibration
  • Power cycle the units
  • Perform a flight test
 
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wow. stars must also have been in alignment. :) I've carried out that very same list of steps... maybe four times now.

I can fly but I can't touch the gimbal button or it's s droop city.

apparently new software comes out tomorrow - maybe. I wonder if that will fix the issue. :) I sincerely hope so.

thank you for taking the time to post the steps!
 

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