I recently posted a poll to gather indication of alternative flight controllers in use by the community: http://fpvlab.com/forums/showthread....ecommendations
I took the plunge and stripped the Naza v2 and friends out of my Disco Pro. I have a couple more questions regarding MultiWii/Baseflight, which are more general purpose, but specifically regarding the Disco Pro airframe.
If you're flying MultiWii with Discovery Pro, I'd like to chat PIDs; could you share how you learned to govern PID regulation, how you determined if you were moving toward critical dampening, and where one would begin to learn?
Initial flight tests are going well however I'm generating some oscillation which is negatively affecting the gimbal stabilization as well as the flight envelope, acceleration and top speed compared to the Naza V2 (which was critically dampened, trivial to do so). It's visible through pilot cam but I don't have DVR here yet. I can share the gimbal footage if it's useful, but I don't think it will be.
In the documentation for Naza V2 gains in the TBS DISCO PRO manual, Magical Naza Rates of 120%/120% are mentioned for Pitch and Roll. Should I be looking for similar rate (120 pitch/roll vs. 100 yaw) increases for Pitch and Roll, in the MultiWii, based on characteristics of Asymmetric Spider QuadX Layout?
Thanks in advance!
* TBS Discovery Pro
* TBS Bulletproof 30A ESCs
* TBS 900kV^2 Motor set
* TBS 4500mAh 4S packs
* Graupner 9x5 e-props
* abuseMarK Naze32 (baro/mag). Default PIDs.
* 2G4RC & 5G8V