Hope so, I just got back from a shoot where I needed to yaw more than normal and it was a chore.
Most of the complaints have been that it's TOO fast, and too jerky.
Absolutely what I meant.I'm pretty sure X-Starman just meant that he needed to incorporate a yawing motion into his shoot more often than he normally would, and the difficulty of performing a smooth yaw with the XSP made that type of shoot much more of a chore.
Yeah. It's a big problem for me as well. My intention is to shoot real estate video, and if they can't get this fixed, it will be DJI for me.
Oh they will, it's just a matter of software and hopefully they will make it user adjustible.I'm holding off on buying an XSP to see if they get this resolved.
I think I would rather wait for the new firmware.I installed a Phantom 2 yaw switch mod which gave me the option of normal yaw speed and slow yaw speed. The kit consisted of several resisters and a toggle switch, it worked to slow down the yaw speed very well. Don't see why this approach wouldn't work on the x-star. Here's the construction video - DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Yaw Switch Mod -. Whacking this out for the x-star is above my pay grade. Somebody out there want to make a bunch of x-star pilots happy, have at it.
Here is an updated DJI Phantom 2 Yaw Switch Mod video -. This works on both the Phantom 2 and the Phantom 2 Vision controllers (they/re the same) and hopefully on the X-Star Premium controller.