I do not think it is possible. But quite frankly I am not sure in what scenario I would have a need for it. With the automatic spin enabled when the gimbal reaches the end point of rotation pilot and camera operator have complete freedom and independence from each other to do their things. I personally think that it would be actually very confusing for pilot if the craft would changed its orientation to line up with the camera. I fly 99% solo so perhaps I see it differently..I usually fly with a camera operator and if he has the camera rotated left, right or backwards his pan left or pan right isn’t always my left or right.
Instead of looking at the aircraft/camera icon on the bottom left and rotating the aircraft with the sticks, is there a setting I can program to use C1 or C2 buttons to do this?
Hopefully that makes more sense
On the Inspire 1there is an option to set either C1 or C2 to “reset camera” which returns the gimbal heading to match the aircraft heading. I would be shocked if this was excluded from the Inspire 2.I know how to center the gimbal to the aircraft but does anyone know how to orient the aircraft to the gimbal?
And if you know how to do that, can you tell me how to set it up?
We all know that. The OP wants it the other way round. He wants the craft to align itself with the camera heading. As far as I know that is not possible with I2.On the Inspire 1there is an option to set either C1 or C2 to “reset camera” which returns the gimbal heading to match the aircraft heading. I would be shocked if this was excluded from the Inspire 2.
Another way to do this is to change the gimbal mode to “reset” on the main HUD. Click the gimbal mode icon and then click gimbal yaw reset to return the gimbal back to the forward position.
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I know for sure this feature is on the I2 because it is mentioned in the manual.
Oooooooooh he wants to align the aircraft to the camera’s heading now I get it. Like quick spin to camera heading.
That is what everybody does when flying as single operator. But if I understand this correctly the OP wants to know if when the camera is facing in certain direction pointed that way by camera operator, if he can re-allign the craft with camera by pressing a button on his controller. The camera should stay pointed in its direction and the craft would re-align its heading with the camera direction. That, to best of my knowledge is not possible.Set the camera to follow mode and then adjust the "pan" axis by simply rotating the inspire. This is what we do for shots with forward or backward movement.