The best choice to save cost and ease operation is to adopt all-in-one flight controller like DJI Naza Lite. The multi-rotor flight controller has built a new generation of lightweight control platform by conducting the controller, the gyroscope, accelerometer and barometer sensor and so on into a small control module. Without complex installation or adjustment, great FPV is reached whether you’re experienced pilots or not!
The advanced attitude stabilization algorithm not only inherits the outstanding stability from DJI products, but also provides excellent maneuverability. It is more flexible and stable flight experience that DJI Naza Lite will provide for hobbyists. There are three control modes, respectively GPS attitude mode, attitude mode and manual mode. Hobbyists are allowed to freely switch between the three modes to achieve better photography.
When it comes to GPS positioning, there is a GPS module built in DJI Naza Lite, greatly enhancing the performance for aerial photography with accurate position hold, return-to-home and intelligent orientation control features. With GPS Module, the multi-rotor will have position and altitude locked accurately even in windy condition. Hovering accuracy is approximately 2.5m horizontal and 0.8m vertical. In addition, the FC is compatible with most 2-axis gimbal systems.
Apart from normal direction flights, DJI Naza Lite supports amazing IOC mode to capture untouchable perspectives. Usually, the flying direction is always consistent with the nose. Under the mode, the flying direction has nothing to do with the nose wherever it points. In course lock flying, the forward direction keeps consistent with recorded nose direction. What’s more, the controller supports Futaba S-Bus and PPM receiver.
If the transmitter supports fail-safe, you can set fail-safe through port-U. When the communication between DJI Naza Lite and the transmitter is disconnected, the outputs of all command sticking from controller will go to center position. Besides, two levels low voltage protection have LED warning as default. The first level, the multi-rotor aircraft will blink continuously to warn you to change battery; in the second level, the multi-rotor will automatically back to takeoff place.