The factory calibration is important and i would advise to apply factory calibration. Each time before you fly and the combination of the buttons for factory calibration is this way you have to move the joysticks in this direction in the east south direction, you will see the leads blinking and then this time blinking, which means the calibration, is done correctly. It’S important to put the drone on the flat surface. Otherwise the calibration will be incorrect. Let’S see how it flies when we calibrate the drone with factory calibration on a plane, surface let’s start the engines and let’s fly up. It still goes forward. It’S not calibrated, ideally and you’ll have to apply now manual calibration. But let me show what happens when you do the factory calibration incorrectly, and this would explain why. Sometimes the drone would drift a lot after unit package it or after the drone was not used for a long time. The settings of the drone may get reset and you have to reset it again now. Imagine you put the drone on a sloppy surface and you apply factory calibration now, let’s see whether it will fly or not turn on the engines and fly up and you see it’s not even flying. Some electrical motors are not even rotating because the drone has lost its sense of direction. Let’S turn it one more time. You see that all motors are rotating, but once you try to go up some of the motors stop working, and this happens because john thinks that it’s one position but now it’s in the other position and the sensors get confused.
You see even Music. So it turns off some of the electrical modules trying to fly up and it can. I even cannot turn it off this combination of buttons not working to do so. I’Ll have to push the emergency, stop button, keeping it for a few seconds. This one will stop the drone, so imagine the drone sensors got reset and you have to fix them. So before you fly, you need to apply factory settings and then later you’ll have to apply a little bit of a manual calibration while flying so now the calibration settings are bad and we’re going to fix them with factory settings again, so we apply again. This combination of buttons and now let’s see if we can fly now. Yes, it can fly and still some manual calibration is necessary and i’ll show you now how to do that and when i land, i just push the stick down and it now can stop the engines. While when the factory settings were applied incorrectly, it wasn’t even able to turn all the engines, because the sensors wouldn’t understand the real position of the drone and even when, on the ground, they wouldn’t turn. All the engines also i’d like to mention one thing that my drone doesn’t have any plastic parts that i had before. So when i put it on the surface: it’s, not 100 uh stationed correctly so that’s why my drone goes a little bit forward. But if you keep all the factory parts that would it would be on the surface in the correct position and would calibrate with factory calibration better than mine, now i’ll show you how to apply the manual calibration, so these are the buttons that we will use.
This will be calibrating the drone to the right. This will be calibrating the drone to the left. This will be calibrating the drone backwards, and this will be calibrating the drone forward it’s important to understand that the calibration uh will be done strictly to the side where you’re doing this, if you’re in headless mode let’s say if the drone is this way. Normally, if you push to the right when you control the drone, it will go this way independently on its position in relation to its axis. It will go right, but when you use calibration, if you draw drone, is in this position and you push the calibration button to the right, it will calibrate this way to the left this way and backwards. This way forward this way, even in the headless mode, the headless mode doesn’t affect the calibration direction. So the easiest way is to do the calibration, not in the headlight mode, but in the regular mode. Let’S see how we’ll do this. My drone is reaching forward. I’Ll. Try to stabilize it a little bit now, so if you have difficulty stabilizing it, you’ll need to move the stick around a little bit the stick and then use the buttons to calibrate it. So now i see that it’s going a little bit forward and right so i’ll use the right button, the lift Music button and then back backwards button and now it’s stabilized. You see a little bit now i’m, using the stick again to help me and now it’s stabilized there and now again this and now it’s stabilized, and let me help myself raise it a little bit and show you now how this button works as i’m, too close To the ground, it’s not easy to do now: let’s move it up a little bit so now, let’s do this Music.
This drone cannot be hundred percent calibrated because it doesn’t have gps, but now you can see it’s calibrated, more or less Music and due to different air flows, you can still lose its calibration so pushing the button Music, so it’s going that way. But this way goes that way. I push the left. It goes left and i’m helping myself with this. Stick Music, but it’s always moving, so you can’t expect it to be 100 in one position: Music now, it’s. Moving that way. I will push it this way. It goes backwards. I push it forward, but once you start flying you don’t really start caring about that. You’Ll just will be controlling it with your stick. You know like this and let’s check the headless mode. If i turn on the headless mode now, i’m in headless mode, Music and let’s see if i turn this this way, i can still fly backwards. But if i push the backwards button calibration button, what would happen it should go now? It should go to the right and, yes, it goes to the right, so the calibration buttons do not depend on the headless mode, so the best way is to do the calibration in the regular mode, not in the headless mode. Now i turn on the headless mode and again forward forward, go forward forward backwards and go backwards left to the left. It will go to the left, so you do this until calibrate it correctly and help it help.