Phantom 4 Pro gimbal rebound effect

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I just got a new Phantom 4 Pro 2.0. When flying manually when I let go of the yaw stick the gimbal will move back a couple of degrees. It won't stay on the path that I direct it. I call this the gimbal rebound effect, for lack of a better term. Below is a clip showing what it looks like. Has anyone experienced this?

Maybe it is a setting issue. I did play with the sensitivity settings. I will try resetting them back to factory settings and see if that helps.

 
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Recalibrate the remote sticks, including the gimble wheel. Found under remote settings. Hope it helps.
Might watch a YouTube video if unfamiliar how to.
 

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Yaw and roll are adjustable in the app also. Make sure the camera is centered before flight.
 
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Recalibrate the remote sticks, including the gimble wheel. Found under remote settings. Hope it helps.
Might watch a YouTube video if unfamiliar how to.
Thanks for the reply. I went out today and tried again after calibrating the sticks and gimbal wheel. Got the same issue. I am going out again tomorrow so I will look at the the taw and roll adjustments. I'm not sure what you mean by making sure the camera is centered.
 

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Yaw adjustment corrects an offcenter camera, as seen from above. Yours maybe trying to do that itself. At least you have a couple things to try. Good luck and good night. 😴
 

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