The movement seen is the pan lash compensation feature in software that is intended to remove lash from the pan axis whenever a key frame / direction change occurs. The pan axis lash compensation number was set at the factory such that the pan and tilt axes are synchronized correctly during a diagonal pan/tilt move. Otherwise, the pan movement can initially lag the tilt motion whenever a direction change occurs. This will appear as a tilt axis rise or drop movement prior to any pan
The amount of pan lash compensation can be reduced or even completely eliminated as described below. It is important to record the lash compensation number before editing for future reference in the event you create a move where the pan axis appears to be lagging the tilt axis movement. In that case you would want to restore the pan axis lash compensation value.
To reduce or eliminate the pan lash compensation value-
1) Go the Settings menu of the Second Shooter controller
2) Go to Lash Compensation
3) Arrow down to Pan, select Enter
4) Use the down arrow key to reduce or completely eliminate (zero out) the pan lash compensation value
5) Select Enter to save
6) Use the Menu button to exit back to the initial menu.