I tried a new antenna combination on my quad today. I got the BEST FLIGHT I'VE EVER HAD!!!! The new combo was giving me crystal clear video at 750m, and best of all, was allowing me to rotate the quad without losing the video feed, I was even able to come down quite low, where previously I've had to stay really high up to keep the signal. This meant I could circle around some sculptures that are set up around our lake (away from people), and generally just have a fantastic good old remote explore doing everything I'd dreamed these things can do but never been able to get it to do with other antenna setups. I started the GoPro filming before I'd even finished setting up, but on the last few flights I'd not emptied the SD card, so I got a message on my monitor saying the card was full. I didn't want to play around with the camera while it was on the powered up quad (getting GPS lock) because it screws up the gimbal if you play with the camera too much while the gimbal is powered, so I remotely logged in via my phone to the camera, using the GoPro app, and emptied the card that way. No more message about a full memory card, so all seemed good. Got back home after 3 full batteries of amazing flight, and some of the most fun I've ever had from the quad, and found I had only a few seconds of video from the whole day because I didn't realise that when it said the card was full, it had obviously stopped recording, and just emptying the card doesn't restart that back up. I know the GoPro can send the details to the monitor to show when it is and isn't filming, but that makes such a mess of the other info on screen, that I've turned it off. I guess I'd best turn it back on. That way I'll know it's not recording. I'll be in my room in tears if you need me.