I am having a little bit of an issue. When taking off on the Iris+ if I go in RTL mode during launching, it is stable and takes right off. If I enter in STD mode, and increase the throttle until it takes off. It seems like the back props are spinning at a higher rpm than the front. Which causes the Iris+ to do a nose dive. Or if I am in LTR mode (where the GPS balances out the Iris+) and I leave it alone, it tends to creep forward, until I pull back on the right stick to balance it out. Now I was going to do a "Calibrating the ESC" does that sound like what is the problem. I am very new, like my first ever quad copter. I was able to take off with the RTL at start-up, but in STD mode it just wants to nose dive. To me it really sounds like a ESC problem.Any help would be great, thank you.
After setting the sticks and trimms it is flying much better, have not had one crash yet.
Thanks to all for the help.
Will do the log and send it over. Will just make a comment with it. Instead of a reply.
I suspect you will be fine with the trims fixed. But it's still worth it to figure out how to access the logs.
How do I post a log?
Then test before any other changes.
As for posting logs, first you have to download the logs from the Iris+ using mission planner. Then upload them here. Getting the logs off the Iris+ is a little tricky the first time. Google it and you'll find plenty of videos showing how.