Hi all, I think I rushed my pre-flight checklist trying to catch the last of the daylight. **** - lesson learned. I have it on my list to check that the props are ALL THE WAY DOWN but I must have missed that one. Looked ok on idle, but on take off one flew off the the bird tipped over from it's take off perch (case, on bench) into the snow on the ground. Two of the props were obstructed. It didn't respond to CSC but I was able to get to the battery button fairly quickly and turn it off. After a lot of checking I powered back on. The gimbal appeared to be ok but the Vision app reported something like "Gimbal Obstruction" and I could see the gimbal constantly trying to adjust itself. Quickly powered off and came home. I've watched THIS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iTz3Dd2Ecs and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3Ii1i3-x3I. They seem to be about the camera not levelling though. Before I go digging in there I'd like to get advice on how best to proceed. The ribbon cables look ok, no obvious sign of damage.