With the recent events. I think the best thing you can do if you have never flown a multi rotor craft. Please, please do yourself a favor and do not install the camera/gimbal until you have gotten comfortable piloting that craft. The biggest reason is that the camera/ gimbal is extremely fragile and even a minor crash can be catastrophic. And with the backlog of repairs and the risk of the manufacturer not covering the repair under warranty It would be to your best interest to fly at least 10 hours before installing the camera/ gimbal. Another reason for new pilots you don't need the extra distraction of trying to operate the camera and the device controlling the camera in addition to piloting the craft. Good luck have fun be safe.