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 :)
dezent: This is very rare! a video like this from a swede would be ~1:30min random
us dude repeating what he says over and over ~25:00 to 45:00.
This guy 4:14! this is a new time record on US howto videos!
Alan Dow: i guarantee your y axis is more than 2cm
SespeNomad: LOL I remember watching that guy breathing for 25 minutes! too funny.
vanepico: I'm guessing all the sensors are in that module then? Otherwise I can't see
a reason why you would need to put offset from centre of quad, there's no
way in hell GPS is accurate to 2 centimetres!
George Abernethy: Thx sitting watching your vid pissing myself , you do sound like the guy
out of "my name is earl," but i'am Scots, what a top video going to
Jeffrey Angelovich: Great Video ... very helpful ..Tks
mark c: cant seem to get the 3 pos switch to show anything but GPS and fail safe
Shado8888: What do you plug into the computer...I cant work out where the conection is
from NAZA to COMPUTER to TX
TheYYStormYYY: As you can see in the Naza program it says "green line for negative" and
"red line for positive" so that's the reason why you have to set "-"10cm
not "+". ("+" means it's under the copter) AND there are pictures :D :P
D J Richert: Crappy video, very condescending to Asian folks. Try again.
Adam Facey: great video! short and to the point!
Scott Bell: They Chinese don't drive on the wrong size of the road.
Bill Griffith: you have a hexacopter, not a quadcopter ;)
Anaya Ferris: xiexie
ian richards: Short and sweet and very useful.. Thank you... :o)
Dedstik: Nice...Just what I needed to know !!!
JippyFargo: to sum up the 4:14 in 3 points, which i found helpful:
1. Set stock GPS mount z axis to -10.
2. Ensure before you go into calibration mode to set your RX 3 toggle
switch to GPS Altitude and manual in that order, do not set fail safe as
3rd option until after calibration.
3. this guys video is better than all you other guys.
rwlebouef: What state do you live in quadflyboy? I'm in louisiana. Just trying to find
other people who fly fpv in my area
Mariano Hernandez: U getting those numbers from the center GPS antenna right
98snakeeater: That's what I got too
AerialLensVideo: Quick question, since you DO get to the point... How often must the compass
be calibrated? I am asking because my two position switch for Course Lock
and Home Lock (no Off position set) worked great, but now neither works
(hexacopter orients to itself only) -- could that be compass has gone
goofy?? All wires are secure and Assistant etc -- all good.
ProfitOfDoom420: lol,I was gonna say the say exact thing! Good vid though :)
AerialLensVideo: Oh my gosh! THANK YOU for clarifying this mystery. Your video has saved a
bunch of time.
John Schaefer: Where were you a month ago, I struggled and you made it clear! Your video
Anthony Chavez: your chinglish was great.
Adam Rutter: Nice very simple. I'm building it now just need to put battery on in the
morning and do software. Mind if I write u for some help! Really would
appreciate it. The f550 is awesome! What remote and receiver do u use! Very
curious thanks again
ArcticRc .: Hi there if i choose to put the GPS Module behind the MC would it then be
-7 for my hexa
Personal Drones: Did not see "the other videos" but your seems right to the point, thank you.
Mohamad Khalil Hamieh: thanks for posting.
Philly Fly Guy: Hey thanks man you solved the issues I was having, appreciate the short
AWCINEMA AWCINEMA: hi I to watched that dam 46 minuiet video he was way off. I like yours
short and to the , can you tell me what brand of landing gear you have and
wear can I buy one? thanks
Steven Law: Good video, but I feel you have made a mistake! You have 2cm for the GPS
off to the side. 2 cm from the centre line on mine is just touching the
first screw, I think you may mistakenly measured 2inches not 2cm. I think
it's worth a double check! I am assuming it is the naza 450. I'm not trying
to take away anything from the you or the video, it's spot on and a great
help. Please let me know if I am wrong. All the best bud.
Merko: Heh nice vid :) Fast and informative, just what i was looking for.
Friskle123: there is actually not so much difference, if you want waypoint flight, go
for WK-M, if you dont, save the money and Go Naza+GPS, that said, i still
personally prefer the WKM over the Naza, or maybe thats because i have used
it for a while now. WKM, you need a bit of space to fit everything, the
Naza is relatively not to big at all. Both are easy to set up
Krishan Ahuja: want to buy hexacopter for video shooting purpose. can you pls suggest some
good options. thanks
SespeNomad: HAHA i just watched that long vid with the fat guy breathing hard too
gundameyez17: about damn time someone had a video that gets to the point and sets its
straight on the nail thanx man
Tyler Holloway: you can use a 2 position. i set my gear on dx6i to up is gps and down is
manual. goes right into compass cali
Jürg Müller: good short video but measure again to the right I think these are 4cm to
the center to the gps
rustymit: All of the values are relative to the GPS, The MC is "Below" the GPS hence
a negative value.
Gary McCready: Thanks for that! Z = neg? Who would know? Looks like more than 2cm to the
right, unless it is just to the rim of the GPS and not the center. Looks
more like 1 1/2" or about 4cm Could be just my perspective, and stupidity.
Tim Conroy: Great! Simple and Real. A Question if you have time. Setting up GPS on a
DJI flamewheel F330. Have the Futaba T8J and R2008SB LED and I have wired
as directed for the NAZA-M lite MC to Futaba LED. I wired the Futaba LED to
the S.Bus on the LED. That's it as explained in the DJI support Vid. On
setup with the software assistant all works well in setting the AETR.
However, I still get an error message at the bottom of the window panel in
the Assist., software:remote can't see receiver. ???
TrebhillMAE: Positive Z axis points down in the picture, that's why you need a negative
value there. Up IS negative!
Jeff Gerlitz: Great video and to the point! Are those 10" props you have? I see you have
the AeroXcraft landing gear. What type of battery are you using? Are you
happy with the 10" props? Do your motors get hot?
Steven Law: Just seen its the hex, not a 450. But it still looks a big 2cm.
murphy ray: hello man, i need your help on NAZA-m, motor 2 and 4 on my qaud have lower
RMP motor 2 and 3 have higher RPM, it affecting the quad, i cannt take off
its fliping over, i ve check the esc programing they all same settings, pls
what to do, thanks man
Skydive4ever: I clicked like 30 seconds into the video, great explanation, looking
forward to the the DX7 vid, that's what I use for mine. I just ordered a 7
Ch to utilize the failsafe, could you include how to use the 3 position
Neil Caulfield: Does it matter if I put controller on top or bottom deck?
wrice4: Good video. Get rid of that horrible stock whip antenna!