So I always fly manual ILS approaches and turn off autopilot around 1000AGL. As I don’t like the way APPL makes the plane pitch up even when you activate it dead on glide slope, so I avoid using it.
It is very challenging to hold the glide slope in manual flight though so any tips on this would be handy.
I have also noticed that during short final it shows the opposite reading to what is apparent visually. See the pics below: in the first pic I am clearly too high yet the glideslope indicator says I am too low, it then quickly drops to the correct reading once passed the threshold as in the second pic…
I’m not sure if this is a bug or I’m doing something wrong. But I can’t see how I can possibly be too low I the first picture.