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Crane 3S none working joystick

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Hi all,

So I updated the Crane 3S to latest firmware, hoping to fix underslung wobble issue with Eva 1.

That didn't fix the issue, and now the joystick is not working either?!

I'm in FP mode, so that should work? The app joystick still works but just not the real joystick.

I am happy to say I found the motor torque settings and upped them from "low" to "medium high" and now no wobbles.......just need the joystick back!!

Any ideas???

Thanks in advance.

 

 

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I've watched a few videos on the Crane 3S and it appears that if used with any camera over 3KG (not sure how much over), especially in underslung mode, you need the additional power pack for it to work properly. If you don't have the power pack, the lack of may be affecting the joystick.

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@Australian Image (Ray) Hey, thank you.

But it was working with the camera package I have on there now, but after the firmware update none of the controls on the main unit seem to be working anymore...not just the joystick.

So The joystick was working,,,,then I updated......and now sadly not. 

I also created an app connection to the crane 3s after it was working originally....so I wonder if this may have caused the issue? 

But I appear to be an unusual case as Ive not found anyone out there with a similar issue as yet.

Thanks though!

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So, for all those complete newbie crane owners out there who may have my issue, it’s now solved! 
 

There’s a red slide switch on the main unit, which it basically a button lock. It was slid into forward position which means the controls are locked.

yep, you guessed it....just slide that back and everything will work again. 🤦🏼‍♂️

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