4godalone100: Nope that only has the tilt and height sensors :)
Neil Caulfield: Does it matter if I put controller on top or bottom deck?
gundameyez17: about damn time someone had a video that gets to the point and sets its straight on the nail thanx man
GeneAtTheLake: You forgot the cutaway of patting yourself on the back. Multiple statements of how good a video you made is not "short and sweet."
Jürg Müller: good short video but measure again to the right I think these are 4cm to the center to the gps
Personal Drones: Did not see "the other videos" but your seems right to the point, thank you.
Dick Gibson: Great video, now how about great advise?
I have every thing set but I can't figure out the import - export - write?
Can you explain that for me please?
frode eriksen: lol love this video.. the Chinese dude was so funny :) thanks for making this short video !!
Johnnie Rhodes: Awesome.. no junk, just the common sense facts I need. Thank you.
Behindspace90: This really is the most straight forward video on youtube on this subject. Very good to finally see a video like this! Solved all my problems instantly!
By the way: the reason the Z-value has to be negative is because that's the way it's setup. If you look at the Assistant menu, you can see that the green arrow points up (on the Z axis). Below that it says that green corresponds to negative values. It's not the most logical thing to do though. :)
Ken Loo: Nice video, thanks! Agreed the coordinate system for GPS location makes no sense at all. X is typically L/R, Y is front/back, and yes Z should always point up.
Jason Scholze: You sound like a racist hick. You should put the link to this vid
or your resume.
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?
Slevin K: THAT was a bad video...
ArcticRc .: Hi there if i choose to put the GPS Module behind the MC would it then be -7 for my hexa
mat green: Hi can this be done using a dx 6i I have all the flight modes bar one by using several mixes.
Good vid to the point.
Rune Venes: Think they have changed the calibration thing now, so you just flick the switch form GPS to ATTI 6-10 times. No need to be in manual or safemode.
General Disaster: I used superglue, it is not moving anywhere!
Leslie Cooke: I have been trying to get into calibration mode for hours, that's for the info. Also I did not know that z position should be a negative number. Cheers or the video
Andrew L: I don't understand how that is 2 cm from the center? I am mounting mine and i think i have 4 cm on my f450. ah I'll figure it out.
David Obeid: basic and to the point, not to mention funny :)
Jason Aspinall: If you're suggesting the absolute centre of your quad frame is the CoG (which is totally fine btw), then I suggest you go buy a ruler, since your Y value of 2cms is probably out by 2 more centimeters ;)
Jason Aspinall: I ditched the silly piece of fibre glass rod the supply and machined a rod of acetal with two 6.4mm holes either end (100mm long) then *pressed* the aluminium mounting plates into the rod. A very nice tight fit, positions the GPS where it needs to be (away from everything) and doesn't rotate! :)
caphead: if you can figure out something like that... you should not be in the hobby in the first place. O_o
dtiydr: About the GPS Z value and if you look closely so does it actually SAY negative for green and positive for red. ;)
It´s not what you´d expect so its easily missed since you just assume green is positive.
brforestry: Great! short, sweet, and to the point. Just upgraded M with GPS & this was a big help.
bossxii: Ok, I'm going to ask the stupid question but every video on mounting the GPS no one addresses how to secure the mounting rod from spinning? So annoyed Naza provides zero documentation on a $200 part, they can't afford a damn pc of paper? Anyhow... seriously you put the alum ends on a 4" rod and it's clearly important it does not rotate yet they don't provide you with any indication on how to secure it. Superglue? ok, until something breaks then how to fix, glue? tape?
johndoegone4ever: What assistant software ver# are you using? Thanks
John Hallman: You sound like an RC Kenny Powers
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. ???
navzamrc: I laughed hard at 2:00. lol
Roy Crowe: Iv bought the 450 seeker and I cant get the NAZA assistant software to do anything when I plug the seeker up to my computer. The "MC output on" keeps flashing red. Dont know what to do. I need to set up my gimbal.
KillerOfDolts: Great video. Loved the customer service imitation...lol
Matt Mason: Lol cool
AP.Pilot Daniel: the video transmitter antenna should face down earth not up the sky...
Dale S: You mention the four line strips that are on the clear single sided tape but then you do not talk about the again. Any idea what they are for? I read and looked everywhere on the DJI web site with no joy. Love your videos and the help they provide.
Drizzt: LOL i like it when you said "told ya my video is better!"
SespeNomad: HAHA i just watched that long vid with the fat guy breathing hard too
wrice4: Good video. Get rid of that horrible stock whip antenna!
Min Yong: I think. it will all be ok to keep it all 0 value. 2cm or so are too small compared to the small errors the high altitude satellites due to the wind and other factors. I could be wrong but it's fine.
Paul Taylor: YES.
Clive O Hagan: Sorry Hogarth714 red is positive, you are incorrect.
00Mandingo00: you sound exactly like Kenneth from "30 Rock" :)
G Marshall: I also had this problem, I was able to correct it by setting the idle setting to high and that fixed the problem... :) I hope this helps you....
G Marshall: Sweet love that straight and to the point :) Thank you!
Steven Law: Just seen its the hex, not a 450. But it still looks a big 2cm.
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.
murphy ray: thanks man it really help, i have a different issue with the second set up, the motor speed are not the same motor 2 and 4 have higher RPM and also when i move stick right or left it will keep going same direction without leveling up like other quad, i have to move stick in oppsite dirention to leve it, any help will do thanks
Lenny7118: I've read can't remember if it was from DJI that the Wookong M is better for beginners ? Since you used both the Wookong M and the Naza M + GPS is the stabilization unit on the WK-M better than the Naza ?
Friskle123: If you have a good GPS lock, eg, 6 or more sats found, it should not move at all, or at least it wont by much.
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