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Old Jun 05, 2012, 03:36 PM
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Not necessarily?? Hmm... All I know is you don't need to have the motors even installed, much less on. Just have power to the HF Gimbal board, and power to the gimbal servos. Turn the board in the yaw axis, and the roll servo will move a corresponding amount. Yaw back the other direction and the roll servo will move the other direction. This is in addition to the normal roll compensation, which works just fine.

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