I recently had a crash and as part of that it bent the bracket of my gimbal. Luckily I was able to straighten the bracket and it now sits level except now the propellers show when the camera/gimbal sits at it's normal default position. Has anyone any experience in calibrating the gimbal to avoid this? The only thing I can think of is to not shoot wide with the GoPro but this then limits what quality I can shoot at. I've had a look and play with the Advanced Settings of the Phantom Assist software changing values and resetting the unit to no luck. Does anyone have any advice on how to fix this? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.