If you notice any instability in your gimbal, you will want to do some calibrating. Before you do a motor calibration, you always want to first try the six point calibration as that will usually fix any issues you are having with the stability of the gimbal. However, if it doesn't resolve your issue you can do a motor calibration.
A motor calibration will allow you to adjust the leveling of the tilt and roll motor.
You will want to adjust the values until you see your gimbal is leveled so there is no set of values required. However, you will not see any changes in the gimbal as you adjust the values until you first click the "check mark", then click "save".
@Lord Bruton Motor calibration should only be done after you have done the six-sided calibration as that should fix any stabilization issues. However, if you notice your horizon is still off the motor calibration is the way to go. You do need to start with your phone loaded for the motor calibration (you should never turn on the gimbal w/o a phone). Reset can be done under the settings icon on the app. There is a "reset" button at the bottom.
What does this mean exactly? Should the mobile be loaded in the grip while performing this function or not? How do I reset? There is nothing clear on this page and there is no video help!
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