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    Idea Mode 2 / Mode 3 Differences.

    Please refer to the attached image for control differences between "Mode 2" and "Mode 3" versions of the RC EYE One remote control.

    Questions?
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    Hi Chris,

    Could you please explain how to trim yaw with Mode 3 version?

    Thanks,

    Elliot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathspiral13 View Post
    Could you please explain how to trim yaw with Mode 3 version?
    Hi Elliot. Our engineers decided to remove rudder (yaw) trimming since the yaw control is extremely stable and does not require any trimming under normal circumstances. If you notice any yaw drift simply reset the gyros by keeping the throttle at zero and move the aileron / elevator to the top right position until you can hear a confirmation beep and LED signal on the quad itself.

    Do you encounter any particular issues with mode 3?
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    Chris,

    Good to know. No, no problems at all! I'm still amazed at how stable it is, great for new people like me.

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    I have two mode 3 and can only fly mode 2. Help! I can't find mode 2 controllers that bind. I bought a couple online that are 2.4ghz and don't match the 915mhz

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    Hello UPUP. Yes the original EYE One is 915mhz.

    If you would like to open a support ticket to make a purchase of one we have a few left in our warehouse stock.

    support.rclogger.com

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