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Old Apr 15, 2012, 07:19 PM
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The Naza is ideal for FPV in attitude mode, because it maintains level quite well. I'm certain that 99% of all Naza-FPV builders are using atti mode.

The maneuverability you speak of might be more suited to sport flying, as that type of flight in FPV will really mess with your orientation.

Atti will give you smooth movements, staying reasonably level, avoiding big pitch changes.

You're in good shape, I don't think you have anything to be concerned about with your goals.

I would definitely just leave the Naza in Atti mode, and time it as best you can for you to be happy with its response. Set the gains so it's stable, and play with your rates on your tx to see how it works for you. Some folks have even dialed in negative expo for better stick response in atti mode.

Happy flying.
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