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Explanation video: FPV camera tilt compensation

This is a follow up to the previous post on tilt compensation.

I made a video where I explain what FPV camera tilt compensation is needed for, how it works and how it looks like in flight:

https://youtu.be/gXeaINFpvow

In FPV camera tilt compensation, control inputs (RC transmitter --> FC) are transformed to the local frame of reference of the camera.

The control outputs (FC --> motors) may additionally be transformed to the local frame of reference of the propellers (if e.g. the props are tilted or the FC is mounted at an angle - use parameters like 'board align' for control output transforms).

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  1. Is it possible to use this compensation together with auto-tilt(servo)?

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