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  1. Phantomix

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    I keep getting my camera going to the side, as shown in the video. Am I the only one who has had this happen to them? Also, does anyone know why it is doing this?
     
  2. ftttu

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    Mine used to do that, but I found that it was being caused by my ribbon cable being pushed outward from where it was supposed to be. After I pushed it in to where it supposed to be, I've had no problems at all.
     
  3. LithiumMonster

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    My Phantom2 used to do exactly that, especially during a turn, in my case it was the fact that I was adding a filter to the GoPro, and that messed up the gimbal balance. I would recommend you try calibrating the Gimbal and IMU. Make sure your surface is nice and level


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