David Wood: MY 3 WAY SWITCH IS SET UP LIKE YOURS AND I CANT GET INTO CAL MODE. ANYONE
HELP ME PLS
AngryLemonHD: Dude, why the freak do you think it's ok to be racist, freaking asshole
Tom S: I am afraid your video is not as good as others on the tube. Mentioning
that you have had to spend 8 hours on calibrating the mode switch and then
spending two sentences on what is at best a scant description of "the
secret" is just not helpful at all. I have also struggled with this problem
and can tell you that your video would not have done a thing to overcome it
- other videos did....
ENM Adam: My x y and z shows all "0".
X - must i measure from CG to the front of the copter and enter that value
Y- must I measure from CG to the bak of the copter or right ?
Z- must I measure the height of my gps and enter it in negitive value ?
Angel L Diaz Morales: If you look at the Naza screen at the GPS Location and orientation it says
That the Green lines have a negative value and the red lines have a
positive value. Is right there at your laptop screen bellow the Z axis.
tommyjw6206: Is there a distinct gps calibration mode and a distinct compass calibration
mode? i flick my switch 5 times and it enters compass cal mode but never
does anything else when i proceed to 10 or 11.
Christer Lundberg: CG has nothing to do with this,,,,,, its the Mu location in relation to the
GPS antennas,,,, hence a negativ value because the MU is BELOW the GPS so
his 2 cm can be right if the MU is 2 cm of the antennas center. The MU
should for best performance be placed in the CG but if u cant do that then
all your measurement is between the MU and the GPS, not the CG
Ross Whitehead: humerica
TheFido03: You forgot to do the last part of the calibration. After getting in to
calibration mode swing your copter horizontally 27 times, not 28, then toss
it vertically twice making sure it lands on the gps each time. If this
isn't done correctly your copter will do the urinal effect...
lerlo: If u see the diagram. Z faces down. As your gps is "up" of your datum, is
has to be a negative value. Any body who went to school will understand
that. Your pride got hurt so u crap on Chinese people? Lol your a sad freak.
Paul DTOM: haha little chinese guy, wrong side of the road classic
Steve O's Video's: Thats not 2 cm to the right, more like 4
Andrew Holland: Perfect ! Thanks for a precise tutorial !
297 Hobbies: and also is X 7cm because it goes forward? so if it was 7cm to the back
would it be -7cm?
Robert Waddell: Great video !!! And he'll yeah I'm proud to be a American! ! Any way lol I
cut my gps stick to 4cm. So do I put -4cm instead of -10cm?
Ondrea Williams: i like. short and sweet
Michel W: Z is negative because of the direct axis base : X pointing the front of the
aircraft, Y pointing the right hence Z axis pointing down of the aircraft.
David Mckee: Your video would have been ok with out the Asian comments, really makes you
sound like another stupid American!!!
Back off on the racist comments... !!
Essh ole: @ QuadFlyGirl
Yer an idiot!
Zachary Aldenhoff: ty but ur a pickle
33 db: Yes we chortle at the "little Chinese man" but they built the thing, and he
was correct about the negative value.
Other than that, this was an useful video on what to watch out for, and
there's quite a bit to watch out for considering the sheer number of DJI
The majority of which, I'm guessing, were due to pilot error or plain
incompetence in calibrating and building the UAV.
bk Lal: Very good and precise guide, keep up the good work . And avoid to bother on
Pls do how to calibrate with jrxg8 if possible.
Caleb Paterson Photography: Thought you were pretty roostery at the start saying it was better, but I'm
not gunna lie, it was pretty good!
si ren: crash crash crash
rune ellingsen: you eat flied lise. you happy.
i think i know why you need to put the negative value of the gps. the
gps receiver is 10cm above the top plate(20cm off the ground). but you need
to program the gps antenna -10cm. so the naza thinks that the gps position
is 10cm below the base plate (on the ground.)
if you don't do this the quad want to go 10cm blow the surface of the
ground its placed on.
zero00tolerance: I dont know if this guy is being funny or racist altogether but not only he
made fun of the accent he also said the Chinese drive on the wrong side of
Alan Dow: i guarantee your y axis is more than 2cm
297 Hobbies: bro, -10? is this from the gps measured to the MU? or from the MU measured
till the floor?
corisco tupi: Thanks for the calibration tip. I am planning to build the quad with just
those flight modes (GPS, Atti, Failsafe) and would surely spend many hours
getting the calibration to work too. Good catch, thanks for sharing.
VlogifyTrey: You put minus 10 because on the diagram it shows the POSITIVE z axis
YellowBonz69: Understood, thanks for the heads up bro. I never even thought about the
External BEC with Naza so good looking out.
Dahlia Botan: nice explanation Chince - English . hhhhhhhhhhhhhh
John J Peters: your short and sweet , alright , you best double check your 2 cm to the
measurement again . Looks more like 4 cm + - .
Luke Messmer: Jack McBrayer, is that you?!
Dallas Constable: Thanks so much for that succinct video! I was having some troubles that
you have completely sorted out for me. Just tested it out and I'm golden
7demo7: Love your video! I'm gonna bust your balls a bit though, apparently you
don't know the difference between a quadcopter and a hexacoper, lol
escsniper: Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for the video!!! I had everything done up
right and my hex would still drift very badly in GPS mode. And in ATTI mode
it was flying like crap. You made brief mention of the GPS antenna
directional arrow. Somehow I missed that step in the crappy manual. Turned
it around the right way and she is now flying great!!!! Here's to short and
Dave Dennis: I loved the Chinese impersonation! LOL Great Video
Trevor Page: Your Y axis is more like 4cm. I have the same unit as you do and the GPS is
in the same location and it's 4cm not 2.
dmerc00: Great video. Setting up my NAZA now and this really helps.
Christopher Jacques: Cool man! I'll be getting that system this summer so this will help.
Brad: Holy crap I just broke out laughing and had to watch that again! Not only
was this helpfully informative but it was hilarious. Thanks for the post!
vladoportos: Nice video ! why not bolt the gps stand to one of the legs with 4 screws
that hold the frame, no need to drill anything :)
Anthony Chavez: THE BEST !
Quasimoto Glez: Shiiit yeahh!!!! ...post more video like that men...but with the chinese
voice.......just kidding really great info.
p. porter: its -10cm below your x-y plain of the gps,
I agree it looks at least 4 cm on your y dimension
one4stevo: That was short n sweet Ty that's everything i needed to know.
D J Richert: Crappy video, very condescending to Asian folks. Try again.
DJI Naza-M GPS Mounting, Setup & Calibration4.5
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