We are trying to tune a flyingwings Falcon 5 mapper pro flying wing. This may be a very silly question but is there an obvious way to slow down ground speed in auto?
We have trim_throttle set at 30 and min set to 12m/s and max to 18m/s. Into wind we achieve the desired ground speed of <15m/s thus allowing our camera (A6000) sufficient time between shots (i.e. >3s). With a tail wind things get silly with speed exceeding 25m/s and thus the camera cannot shoot fast enough. Now it is windy (up to 25km/h gusts), but sometimes we need to fly missions in these conditions and waiting for a less windy day is not practical.
Moving the trim_throttle down to 30 has improved things but how low can we go with this? (note there is an airspeed sensor to help prevent stall). Are flaps an option on a flying wing ?
We did try flying crosswind but the success is marginal.
Maybe we ask the impossible but I thought I would ask :) Any suggestions would be welcome.