I have been sitting on the fence trying to decide if I should get myself a Multipilot32 system.
I am currently using the Standard Arducopter2 boards with the 2.0.37 code. I have been very pleased with it thus far. I always want to take things to the limit of current technology as I use my specially designed copters for advanced aerial filming work.
When I played with my MK boards I ended up with 67 deg/sec gyros instead of the AD610's It took some work but the stabilisation of the model was much better. Naturally one had to cage the inputs to stay within the FSR of that type of gyro. Acro modes are not something that interests me as my goal is to create the ultimate super stable model which provides the base from which a very highly stabilised camera mount can operate.
My next experiment will be to change the gyros on the arducopter from the ISZ-500 Yaw
to a ISZ-1215 which is a 67 deg/sec FSR gyro and for X&Y the IDG-500 for a IDG-1123 which is 43deg/sec FSR
I have seen very big improvements in camera mount stability by using these high sensitivity gyros so I do believe that by taking this step it will reduce the latency in the response time during the super stable mode of flight.
So my next question is this. Will the Multipitot32 board provide any benefits over the Arducopter2 stuff that I am now using.