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Today, 03:43 AM
sweet dreams & flying machines
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Originally Posted by Rakita
How to see satellite image instead of normal one in mission planer?
If you mean the mission planner in the configurator (vice any of the 3rd party tools), entering "Bing" as a search term in the forum search gives the following, all of which describe how to get satellite maps in the configurator.

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...ostcount=23409
https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...ostcount=23669
https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...ostcount=22853
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Today, 04:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Outback_flier
Thank you Norman and Steve3342 for your replies.

I have the arrow facing the computer screen.

I solved the problem by pressing the z axis button. I wonder if I have to do this each time the board is booted?
I think you are referring to the initial setup screen of INav.

The movement you saw on screen is in relation to the arrow on the FC board, not how it's visually depicted on the screen - after all, how would the computer know in which direction you were actually pointing the board in relation to the computer (screen).

Pressing the Z axis button simply shows the image with the front pointing 'into' the screen. It doesn't affect any of the board settings, it's just to make it 'sensible' for the human to look at.

Glad to got it sorted, though.
Today, 08:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Olivier_C
7 to 8m/s before the fall looks like stall speed to me, for a Z84, this plane loves to flat spin when it's light and COG too far back.
The stabilization will then do more harm than good and maintain the spin, unless you have time and height to go into manual mode, dive and recover.
Stall and spin....this is something that had not crossed my mind, even though I've read about the Z's tendency for this. I'll triple check CG and my flying speed next flight and be ready to go to manual (one thing I have not tried). That means however I'll have to learn how to fly again, since those skills have surely atrophied due to INAV's superb stabilization modes.

Two things, however, that still have me looking for an electronic, hardware, or setup gremlin are from the one instance when the lockup happened while climbing up mid launch sequence, and the other where I had it lockup in my "virtual simulated" crash, fwiw, on the ground. The elevons freeze and absolutely do not respond to control input.

Again, I really appreciate the input and thank all who have looked into my blackbox tale of woe. I'm going to wait till the new servos come in this week and replace them before taking to the air again.


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