Some know from another thread of mine http://www.phantompilots.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=9409&p=81063#p81063 my P2V crash in the top of tree's at the top of a hillside. Result was a 100ft total drop for the P2V. Since the crash I have pretty well got most everything sorted out, except one issue with the camera. The camera is activated when the battery is powered up. It goes through it's normal wondering eye type of behavior. Let me point out the camera and battery pack both separated from the P2V in the crash. After a thorough inspection of the exterior on everything, the only sign of visible damage was the large wire that plugs in the rear of the camera. The prong was pulled out from it's molding, and sitting slightly to one side. I was able to press it back in what I call it's stock location. So now the small yellow light never comes on. If I remove the plug and reinstall, it actually will show a dim shade of red. Of coarse the Album and Camera features don't work with the app. And the app will not advance into the view screen for flight. Please help a brother out and give some advice or suggestion as to what the fix is for the camera issue. My one and only guess is, when the plug was pulled out at an angle, it bent a connecting tab with in the female connector inserted in the camera housing. If that indeed is the problem, my only chance of repair would be to open the camera and hope that I'm able to bend the tab back to it's connecting position. ****I have tried searching this site for anything similar in hopes to at least find a thread showing the camera opened up to see if the connector possibly works as mentioned, but to be honest I do NOT have much luck using the search feature on this board. I have a super solution for that, but we'll save that for another time. What should I do here?