Guys, I've got a cheap Chinese brushless gimbal I use with my copter. It works well however I stumbled across a quastion I have no answer to.
Is there any way to "lock" it (one or both axes) as if the camera is directly mounted to the quad? It's all nice when you have nice stable video but if, for example, you fly in Drift mode (which is amazing BTW), you'd want to lock roll axis so the video has more dynamics in it. Any ideas on how to do that?