Tali H500 Flips on take off

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    Here's a video of me moving the cam around
    20200819_090411.mp4

     
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    OK it looks to be working fine. It's just the gimbal is offset to the right.

    There is a video of how to tune the Gimbal. I will look for it. I'm not sure though that it handles an offset.

    From memory there was another member that had the same problem.

    Have a search through the Tali Forum and see what you can find. I will see if I can find the YouTube Video.
     
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    Okay sweet Thank you!!
     
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    Ok Found this one that shows the basic adjust for Role and Pitch.

    Your issue is with Pan.



    It is possible that you may have the Pitch or Roll wires in the wrong spot inside the drone.

    Can you check if the controls on the radio for pitch and roll actually adjust the Pan?

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    Here is one that talks abut the Roll and Pitch again in detail.

    Again no info on pan.

    I would not try anything that he shows it won't help your problem.



    I would suspect that a crash has damaged the gimbal if you find no wiring problem.
     

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