|Jul 10, 2011, 06:26 AM|
Joined Jul 2011
KK FlyCam Blackboard question
Hi to all, this is my first post on RC Groups.
I have two octocopters from Mikrokopter.
I just purchased the Flycam Blackboard from KK with Mems and I have a little problem.
All my octocopters are flying in this formation of motors:
the problem is that KK doesn't have this mode. I can't change the mode that easily into the mode where the is only 1 motor ahead. My platform and my frame is set for the mode in the picture.
I hope you see what my problem is.
Is there any chance to change this in the software or is there another software I can use where it will work?
Hope someone can help me.
|Jul 10, 2011, 09:47 AM|
did you try the elevon mix on your aurora9?
that fixed the problem on
quadcopter(before 'X' mode came, funny: minsoo kim wrote it)
even hexacopter(before minsoo kim also wrote H6 firmware),
the problem they had with 1 motor being in camera FOV,
and the very same elevon mix
DIDN'T shift the orientation equally, but 45° on quad, and 30° on hexa
sooo just maybe... it will also shift it 22° on octo, and align the motors like you want them to be..
try it and report back to help others
KK board remains the same like now, it DOESN'T need to face forward if TX MIX is active
like I wrote before, minsoo made already modifications for quad and hexa that solved your problems...
give him a little time, and he will upload alternative firmw. for octo too
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