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gimbal orientation failed

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  • Jim McAndrew

    This error means the DJI SDK returned an error when Dronelink tried to command the gimbal. Can you post a link to your mission plan?

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  • Bob Scheffler

    I think I got the post right, never did it before.  But if this is a problem for DJI should I be bothering you with it?  I am already dealing with DJI on a Dronelink mission in which the drone issued an autolanding as if I had run out of battery but it was at 90%. It almost landed on the heads of outdoor diners. I was performing an Orbit when all of a sudden I got the fast beeping sound of an autolanding and it just started to drop. Many people in the DJI forum said that I was mistaken, that it can't happen, but I have the flight record to prove it did.

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  • Jim McAndrew

    I think I got the post right, never did it before.

    Just click share to get the link (and post it here):

    But if this is a problem for DJI should I be bothering you with it? 

    Not sure yet, need to see the mission plan.

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  • Bob Scheffler

    Just found that this mission did the same thing as the other and I was watching the screen when it was flying and going up and down erratically.

    https://app.dronelink.com/robert-scheffler/gordon/plan/4CEB5TUTxy1vmczztpXd/ad4QyQJEcV3HdrhTyMTm 

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  • Jim McAndrew

    Your mission plan is attempting to issue gimbal commands on channels 0, 1, and 3:

    You should remove the channel 1 and 3 commands because your Mavic Mini only has one gimbal.

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  • Bob Scheffler

    I did not even know what the channel meant. I thought it was like a channel on a radio. You were right though once I removed them the mission flew fine. Thanks Jim

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