I'm not sure this is the right part of the forum, so apologies in advance if it is not. Here's my question: I'm working with a 3-axis gimbal. I'm flying the C8, and I'm working with a cameraman driving a 3-axis gimbal. Has anyone figured out how to deal with the fact that the cameraman could have yawed the gimbal any which way, but then says, "hey can you dolly in/out/truck left/right..." -- the problem, of course, is that, as the pilot I know which way boom #1 is pointed, I have my own FPV, but I have no clue what heading the cameraman has yawed the gimbal to. Even if I peek at the cameraman's video downlink, I can't easily tell the gimbal heading. We can't even rely on being able to use ground-based landmarks -- if I yaw the aircraft to find what the cameraman's talking about, unless we're using the Radian, the odds are I've now caused the camera on the gimbal to yaw off target. The fundamental problem is that the coordinate system of the C8 and the gimbal is not isomorphic -- unless, just by chance, the cameraman has the gimbal yawed such that the FPV/Boom #1 happen to match the camera on the gimbal. It almost seems to demand a second Navi-Board on the Gimbal so that I could use a Smart OSD for the cameraman so that he or she can see the compass heading of the gimbal. Then they could say, "I'm looking at 090, can you come to 090 and truck left about 20 yards?" With the Radian sensors, I could then yaw the frameset to 090 without disturbing the gimbal and truck the frameset left. That then means two compasses to calibrate! Just curious how other people are solving this communication problem? Thanks in advance Andy.