By default Autopilot matches the aircraft heading with the gimbal heading because this will minimize the chance of seeing the aircraft landing gear in the video frame. The gimbal is still moving independently during this process, but it may be hard to see. You can override this behavior by changing the Heading if Gimbal Yaw Enabled Movement Parameter. Read More
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- Why Does Autopilot Show an IMU Error, When There Are No Error Based Statues in DJI GO?
- Why am I receiving an alert when I'm not in a No-Fly-Zone?
- Do I still need the DJI Remote Control while using Autopilot?
- Is there a way to quickly override Autopilot?
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