Im always careful while flying, but today it happened. I crashed my Phantom 3 Pro in a tree. Luckily it was on very low altitude (3 meters/9 feet). It went upside down on the way down and crashed with propellers down and the legs up. The camera flew off and two propellers was chipped. But the Phantom it self survived. Thank god! I changed the propellers to see if the P3 still worked. Fired it up and got GPS signal and no error messages. Checked the IMU calibration and everything seemed normal. Of course I didn't have any video stream since the camera was broken. With the story told, here is the issue: The signal fall out from time to time. The display changes between green and red (no signal). The strange thing is that I could start the motors with "no signal" on the display. I went out in a large field and took off on low altitude for some testing. It flew like a god! Didn't notice any difference in behaviours after the crash. And while flying the signal loss didn't happen. Strange. My question is: Could this signal loss be triggered because the P3 doesnt find the camera? If so, my day will be saved. New camera is'nt that hard to get! Anyone knows? Cheers. Edit: The legs with the antenna cables seems unharmed. And the Phantom crashed with the legs up. And it hit the tree in low speed.