Hello all, this is my first post on your forum and I wished it would be for better reasons :? First of all, many thanks for this forum and my best regards to all members! Here comes the story: I purchased 2 days ago the brand new DJI Phantom 2 Vision + in a kind of impulsive purchase (considering the total price of the package) but, here in Belgium, it was father's day, so... The first flights went very nice and the shots and movies with the built-in camera are just great. While practicing in my property yesterday afternoon, wind was blowing irregularly and one maneuvre brought me close to a tree. I hit a branch and the Phantom fell on the grass in some kind of "backwards attitude" slightly off centered from approximately 3 meters high... Due to the shock, the Phantom itself was ok but the (aluminium?) frame carrying the camera (the one screwed at the bottom of the Phantom) had one corner bent down, and 2 white rubber absorbers were slightly torn: bad news. So I dismantled the whole mount, disconnected the Gimbal and managed to make the frame flat again. Then I have assembled everything back on the PH2. Now my problem is that everything seems ok except that the camera is pointing slightly to the right instead of "looking" exactly forward!? When I switched it on back again for the first time, the Gimbal was a bit "moving randomly" and sort of forcing/bumping in several directions. I managed to regain control when pairing the iPhone to the camera and it now responds to the iPhone commands and takes pics and movies as expected. Can you please tell me of there is a way to have the camera point back exactly forward or is there a damage of some sort? Any hint, advice or preferably solution for the newbie is more than welcome Many thanks in advance.