I have a Arducopter integrated in a Gaui 500x (900g) and before I had a X-Ufo (500g)
As far as I understood, the first PI stabilisation loop, which is the only one used for ACRO mode should be the fastest and more responsive loop.
So far the most stable regulation I experience was the x-ufo, does any one know if there is another kind of regulation than PI which would be more efficeint for our purpose?
Because even in videos I saw like the choregraphed copters , the best stabilityes is always done with X-Ufo.
Yeah... there's way more to it than you think.
Stablization for what? X-Y-Z craft position control? Attitude and Yaw craft control? Attitude and Yaw Camera control?
There's also a multitude of control algorithms out there, PI, PD, and PID are the most commonly known, but there's also Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks, to name just a few... and combination of all of the above.
As for the X-UFO, I don't know if its the the copter itself or the camera gimbal that is giving the "best stablilization." I think copters are generally more concerned with position control rather than camera jitter.