I have played with the exponential settings on my radio but never really used it much. I have read other posts about setting up the H9 Twist and most pilots use expo to one degree or another. I however want to understand something before I start programming the radio.
To make the controls less sensitive to small stick inputs, I would actually use negative exponential correct? This would cause an "exponentially" higher amount of control surface movement to happen as the sticks are moved further from their centered positions correct? The advantage this would give me is to make the plane less sensitive to fat fingers on the sticks and therefore a little easier to fly, correct?
Positive expo seemed to make the control surfaces move more at first and to a lesser degree the further from center the sticks were moved.
Or maybe I was smoking crack the last time messed with it.
Just thought I'd ask. TIA