Thank you Nick! That was exactly what we needed to do in order for the gimble to behave the way wanted. Thank you for taking the time to explain it to me. I'm in the construction industry and everyone including myself are pretty clueless to terminology related to videos and photography.
Hello forum, Let me describe the task I attempting to do- I want to walk down a street and at the corner turn 90° left or right. Currently, I have to offset the Pan motor function with the joystick by sliding the nob left or right to counter the pan motor attempting to stay looking straight ahead. Sometimes, If I don't counter the rotation (Try to zero out the Pan Motors reaction to my turn) I will press the trigger twice to get it to re-center and complete my 90° turn. If I use the lock located on the Pan motor Assembly to prevent the pan from moving- it does what I want, but every time, then the gimble freaks out, a yellow light at the bottom of thecolor LED power level display comes on and the gimble makes moves like a gymnast, starts to flip around in various directions, starts beeping and I lose functionality. Basically the only way to fix that is to restart the Mini P. What am i missing , is it my expectation is incorrect to think I can turn the camera like this on a 3 axis gimble?
Can someone tell me the proper way to make a 90° degree turn?
Is the lock on the Pan Motor Assembly for something else? Like only to lock it for storage?
P.S. I have the latest firmware update installed
I send thanks in advance for any advice or suggestions,