New Naza GPS is starting to hit the shelves

Early customers are starting to receive their Naza GPS Units, and while I await mine, the early feedback appears positive.

DJI customers in the southern hemisphere will be pleased to hear there are as of yet no reported issues regarding GPS lock. The GPS Upgrade, which brings Position Hold, Return to Home and Simple mode (often known as Carefree mode) appears to be around the $190 tag for existing customers.

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  • Thanks Gary :D

    I would get it but I only have a laptop :)

    Ill probably get a Nexus 7 for this then as I cant figure out how to take off from MP in laptop.

  • Moderator

    You can from Andropilot or Droidplanner as well

  • Danny, it looks like its for V1 or V2

    I don't know if there is a limit to the number of waypoints but the lack of waypoints was the #1, #2 and #3 reason I pulled my NAZA-M out last month and put in a new APM

    I have owned 2 NAZAs and 2 APMs and I will say I think this is important news.

    Either way I love my new APM so far and improvements in latest firmware and GPS.

    • All the firmware of the flight control systems should be upgraded to the latest version.
    • The firmware of NAZA-M and NAZA-M V2 should be upgraded to version 4.00.
  • Distributor

    Thats a great video Crasher, I have seen a number of videos for the DJI NAZA GPS upgrade, seems a lot of people are enjoying the DJI NAZA GPS!





  • I'm calling shenanigans! it's just hanging from that piece of string!!


  • Hey John thanks for the reality check. ;-)

    Actually, it's the firmware on the 9x, I believe.  I know how to mix everything else except one of the aux channels into the 3-way.  There's no way that I can see to select it.  If you got the procedure, please feel free to enlighten me.

  • Developer

    Ellison, if you have never used a 3 way switch or touched some of the more advanced features like mixes, on a computer radioa then you are a R/C nooooooob.. :)  But all joking aside. DJI has totally different goals, especially with the Wookong system. They aim at people who use multicopters for photo and video and wants it to move as steadily as possible. In other words behave sluggish.

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    At present the apm can loiter within a couple of meters pretty well, if tuned correctly and a good gps signal, although that Naza looks super stable, it hardly moves...

  • @Ellison
    My apologies! I clearly misunderstood .
    Although there is no shame in being a beginner :)
  • Hey Crasher, I'm a little insulted. ;-)

    I've been flying APM for over a year now, and don't really consider myself a beginner.  I've flow RC on an off for 20 years.  I know the code, AeroQuad, Arducopter, and KK.  I even can tell when my ESC is not calibrated on the APM, by feel.  

    As I mentioned in other threads, I was actually able to fly the Naza better in manual mode, with the uncalibrated ESCs better than I could in Attitude mode.  This is what lead me to think the the issue was not ESC calibration related.  The fact is that for someone used to flying RC, and Flight controllers like AC and AQ, the Naza is a little foreign.  Also not having access to at least look at the DJI code, makes it doubly difficult, since I've been used to diagnosing problems, by looking at the code.  Maybe the Naza is not for people like me.

    Just wanted to clear things up, and defend my rep a little. ;-)

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