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I posted a thread some time ago, but never got any answers

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Using the curves on the remote control you can feather the way the Yaw and other stick controls react, but cannot set a limit to the % of reaction with the stick fully pushed to its limit, since I get 100% whatever I do.

Is there a way to limit the máximum reaction to the sticks, even if pushed all the way, without getting into de ridiculous tripod mode?

My problem is that as I feather any stick, the drone reacts very smoothly (a bit jumpy and never film-like), but if I push further, the MV suddenly jolts to one side or other.
My intention is to limit the stick max action to say 45-50%...

Is there a way to do it using the latest firmware?

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You could possibly get some one to design and 3D print you a cyclic ring like these to snap around the joystick area . People used to use them a lot when learning RC helicopters to limit the joystick range of movement .
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Thanks to both garysmacman and rydfree;
I'm still wondering why DJI don't limit the % in the full stick range of motion, since it makes a lot of sense.
I have already managed to get the gimbal/camera to move slowly and to my liking, but all other movements with the sticks are uneven, specially when my fingers tend to tremble with excitement and nervousness....

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