thanks for the reply Im just not sure what Im supposed to do with this info. Im very new to all this.Try these.
Rc rate for p&r .44
Rc rate for yaw 1.90
Super rate for r .90
Super rate for p .89
Super rate for yaw .54
Do not bother with angle mod use horizon instead. These settings make it fight you less but still auto levels.
Horizon str. 20
Horizon trans 20
If you feel you must use angle or want to try indoor flight set.
Angle limit 10
Last set min throttle to 1050 - 1070 to better catch the quad after flips and rolls as well as better control when in ground effect under 6 inces off the ground.
Ok only thing I cant find is the sensitivity. Where is that option in betaflight?Put those numbers into beta flight in ther listed places. They will make the gremlin lesd twitchy and more easy to fly.
The rates tell the flight contoller how fast to change and the super rates make the centers more soft changes and the further away you go the faster it will move.
The others are to make assisted modes fight you less so it does not lyrch in and out of autolevel so violently.
Before i try to fly is there any settings in betaflight or on my transmitter (Spektrum dx6e) that would make learning to fly eaiser?
Any Help would be appreciated.
Im not seeing it I screen shot betaflight.Sensitivity is in the same box as the other horizon and angle settings.
Quads do not use dual rates. Thats all done thru rate and super rate settings. With 4 motors doing all the changes it does not require a high / low configuration.
The way I mixed rate and super rate it has built in "expo". Adding expo to that would make it very unpredictible in bigger stick movements.
have you used acro train mode?Looks like a change since I last updated. I do see a scroll bar on the side. See if scrolling down revels it.
It may have been removed since I last updated.
Its not real important. You should be flying acro from the start. Its ok to use assisted modes tho.
I set my mode switch up on a 3 position. Position 1 is horizon mode. Pos 2 is acro with no air mode (used for landing so air mode doesnt bounce it around).
Pos 3 is acro with air mode. (Main mode to be flying in).
If you need I can grab a few screen shots to show how that is done.
I have setup a switch to control modes Angles, horizon, and acro trainer. I have acro trainer set at 10% . I agree that angles kinda dumb's down the experience. But I still seem to lose control when it in acro trainer.Sorry, it’s called Angle mode on Betaflight, it’s the full gyro assisted mode, where the minute you let go of the right stick or centre the yaw it levels off. It’s OK but you will learn bad habits from flying in it. Sometimes having it as a panic switch is useful when you are learning.
I am making a conscious effort to only fly in acro Trainer with Horizon as my “panic switch.” The right rates with acro trainer will help more than heavy reliance on the auto level.