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Phantom 3 gains and expo – how to adjust for great slow pan/yaw

June 28, 2015

Here’s how to adjust settings to give a slow, smooth yaw or pan with your DJI Phantom 3. One of the bugbears with the Phantom 2 was the sharp yaw response – here’s how to dial that out for the early stages of stick movement, and a brief look at gains. Next P3 video we’ll look at the “brake” and “attitude” settings…

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