The latest version of the firmware (3.08) has been posted here on the main page of the website. Below please find all the new features included. Please note that you will need this version of the firmware in order for your MōVI to communicate with your new MōVI Controller. In addition to the features noted below, we recently discovered a problem with the previous version of the firmware. All MōVI customers will need to upgrade to the latest firmware (3.08) by Aug 1st to avoid the issue. If you do not upgrade by the specified date your MōVI could cease to function. Steps for identifying which version of the firmware you are on, are located in the downloaded zip file that contain the firmware. They are also pasted below these release notes. Please make sure that you have full battery power when performing the firmware upgrade so that firmware process is not interrupted as this can cause additional issues. RELEASE NOTES FOR VERSION 3.08 Autotune 3.08 introduces the ability to automatically calibrate stiffness settings on a balanced MōVI. To initiate the Autotune function, go to SYSTEM-> Autotune. With the MōVI in the stand and stable, Autotune will go through the steps required to tune the MōVI based on the Autotune Percentage setting under Tuning. It is recommended to use the stock setting of 50% for M10s and 70% for dual cage MōVIs such as the M5. MōVI Controller Support Support added for the release of the Freefly MōVI Controller. Within the Remote Controller Config ->Radio Type menu select MōVI Controller. There is no need to assign functions within the Freefly Configurator app for this type radio. Consult the MōVI Controller manual for more detailed information. Graupner Radio Support We have added the ability to use Graupner radio systems with the line of Freefly MōVI products. Graupner receivers can be connected to the MōVI using the SBUS port. You must also change Radio Type to Graupner in the Freefly Configurator app. Firmware v3.08 supports up to 12 channel mapping with Graupner systems. Pan/Tilt/Roll Hold Strength Settings These values control how strongly each axis follows and holds the commanded position. A higher Hold Strength allows faster panning and tilting in Dual Operator and Majestic Mode, but may cause overshoot with heavier cameras. A lower Hold Strength provides additional smoothing. (See Pan/Tilt Joystick Smoothing and Majestic Pan/Tilt Smoothing for other ways to adjust smoothing on each axis.) The default value (8) works well for a large range of cameras. Futaba 12 Channel Support Futaba Radio Type now supports up to 12 channel mapping. Additional Updates Boot time improved Parked Airborne mode improved Tilt beam compensation for incorrect reassembly Instructions to Find Your Firmware Version Connect to the MoVI via the GUI. Click on the Freefly logo in the top left of the Freefly Configurator (for Mac and Android...Click on "About" for the PC) and a popup window will appear with the information (see examples in the uploaded images).