It all started after an initial flip of Arducopter hexa when i was flying a month ago. Since then the intimidation of crash has restrained me to perform tethered flying, with two of the Hexa Arms tethered. I am using Arducopter Hexa 2.5.3 jdrones, 880 Kv, 12x4.5" props, stock pids (with Rate Roll P 0.1, TRIM_THROTTLE 450, Stabilize Roll 3.5). Only throttle, no pitch/roll/yaw was applied during the indoor tethered test. The motivation was to able it to lift it off the ground smoothly, stabilized and then land it at the same spot SMOOTHLY. Two problems were felt during the tethered testing:
1. Tendency to move in yaw.
2. Tendency of hexa to dip after attaining a certain height (corresponding to throttle)
Some what i am NOT able to smoothly control the throttle movement (height) of my Arducopter hexa. Despite that i have my RC transmitter's Throttle Endpoints at (+30% / -100%) and Throttle Exponential at (-25% and also -100%)
How should i go about solving these problems?
Regarding Yaw Issue: @ Adam Rivera , Can i use telemetry log (tlog) for this indoor tethered flying at the spot to correct my yaw??