Today I had two normal short flights with my P3P. And then move (by car) few kilometers to the new position. I calibrated the compass. But the app said there is a strong interference and should be moved to other position. So I moved 20m away and try again to calibrate it. It was successful (at least I think so, because it was no longer any alerts). Waiting for DJI GO app to confirm the connection. But there is just red "No Signal" alert. There is no image from the camera. But it seams that the craft is connected. I tried to turn the motors on, everything is working correctly. But no signal and no image. I haven't try to fly. Turning off the Phantom... and something strange happened: after switching the battery off, Phantom was still on for another 10 seconds?!?! Usually it's turned off in a second. But now 10 seconds during which the red circle battery led (on the battery switch) was slightly lighting, and other main lights on the craft was on (red and yellow). Switching it on again and notice that camera and gimbal doesn't move at all. Not the starting dance nor anything else. Camera just hanging like the Phantom is completely off. Trying to move the camera by remote - nothing. All the time of course there is no image on the screen. Tried another battery, another micro SD card (I read here that this helped to somebody), slightly pressing the flat connectors (they doesn't look disconnected), tried to relink it to the remote (with small reset switch on the craft). Nothing helped. Camera looks like it is completely dead. If I turn it on without remote on or without sd card in - it's the same. No starting or any gimbal movement. I must say that this craft never has any collision or even hard lending (always catching by hand). In two months never had any issues, everything was working just fine until today (described above). Altogether about 50 battery cycles and 150 flights. Last firmware update 1.3.20 was about three weeks ago, everything was fine since then. Please do you have any advice, or I should claim the DJI service? Thanks.