Radian Settings Spreadsheet - Shared on Google Docs

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  1. Gary Haynes

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    Attached is a link to a Google Docs Spreadsheet so that we can share our Radian Setups. It is pretty straight forward. There are 3 tabs.

    One for Pilot Name and General copter information.
    One for Radian setting information.
    One for notes.

    Here's snapshots of the tabs.
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    The Pilot Name and AC type, once entered into the first tab carry forward into the other tabs.

    Only request is that you not change the layout. Please send comments, suggestions, etc. to me through a private conversation.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvZl8S9wZihWdHBhV3F2ZXZLQm5zM2hfci1tN1pPdlE#gid=0
     
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  2. Josh Lambeth

    Josh Lambeth Well-Known Member

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    This is a great idea. I can't enter any information however...

    Josh
     
  3. Gary Haynes

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    To many settings in Google. Try it again and let me know. Think I found another edit setting.
     
  4. Josh Lambeth

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    Works now. I updated my info.. I need to look up the tilt and Pan settings though. I'll add them in later.

    Thanks for putting this together!

    Can I suggest a spot to put in the ESCs since there are guys running different ESCs? I just put mine in the notes.
     
  5. Gary Haynes

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    That would be a good add. I collect them all as people start to use it and then put them in at one time.
     
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    Many thanks Gary for this good idea!
     
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    Great resource! Thanks:)
     
  10. Gary Haynes

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    Would also help if include settings of Mk, at the end the combination of both gives a better result.
     
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    Ok Gary, thanks
     
  14. Bryan Harvey

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    great idea. It wont let me enter any info.
    Seems like it would be better to see the camera flown (and weight) on the same page as the gain settings.
     
  15. Gary Haynes

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    Fixed it. Thanks for the heads up. Reason for the tabs is the second sheet was getting too wide.
     
  16. Bryan Harvey

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    Gary, this spreadsheet is awesome. Thanks for putting it together. Dont know if there is an easy way to improve this, but right now many people are listing 2 or more different cameras they are flying with, yet there is only one space to put gain settings. For me this renders that gain settings information useless, as I don't know which camera it corresponds to. The gain settings in relation to camera is, I think, the main benefit people are going to get from this spreadsheet and the quickest way for all to zero in on improving their results.
    Any way to separate that info, add a line for each camera, or maybe we should just limit the camera slot to just one camera?
     
  17. Gary Haynes

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    Bryan has a good point. If you are flying different loads (All Up Weights) simply add another line.
     
  18. Janne Hoglund

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    More than 650 members on the Forum , but 640 of them have nothing to post on this Spreadsheet?
    Tabb, Jeff please give us some info of a ¨typical¨ C8 with 360 gimbal carrying a GH3 or 5DIII....Please....
    Regards from Sweden.
    /Janne
     
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    @Janne you are right.
    I which there will be the settings of them to these sheet also. GH2/3 Sony CX730/760 and 5d are default cameras there must be default values

    I also start today to write down my settings
     
  20. Bryan Harvey

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    Still would love to know typical gain settings for a "standard" C8 carrying a 5dmarkII. So far noone on this document has put those numbers up. Is there any way we can broadcast or highlight this document on the forum to get more people on board? I would have thought that the Freefly guys would already have generated standard settings for the default cameras (5d, cx760, etc...) that people like to fly with by now. Sure would be helpful. Dialing in gains is extremely time consuming. I realize that there are some variations in everyones machines, but I would venture to guess that many people are flying very similar setups with regard to motors, props, etc...This exchange of info would be invaluable.
     

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