If you notice a tilted horizon on all your videos and photos, and if this tilt is always on the same side, access camera calibration to make your horizon perfectly straight again.



Before starting this procedure, you need to position ANAFI on a flat and perfectly level surface, exactly perpendicular to any pattern containing straight lines you can use as horizon references.

A set square can help you check that a line on your floor is perpendicular to your wall, as on the following pictures.

This feature is accessible from the ANAFI box on the FreeFlight 6

  1. Select “PREFERENCE” and CAMERA menu.
  2. Then select “Correct HORIZON


3. The following screen appears.

Tap “–“ or “+” until the artificial horizon of ANAFI matches the horizon reference facing the drone. Do not worry about vertical lines: as you can see from the screenshots, they do not appear straight or parallel on the gimbal calibration screen.

When you have straightened the tilt of the camera, tap the “<” icon on the top left of the screen to confirm your setting and exit camera calibration.



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