Hi all Last night I tried to shoot some aerial footage of bonfire night/firework displays. I wasn't trying to video an organised event - I just wanted to get highish and video the various explosions in the neighbourhood from people setting off fireworks in their back garden. This was my first (and probably last) night flight. After a short time I hit a telephone cable, and this caused a crash, it wasn't from high up and it was a relatively controlled descent until the last meter or so when I landed with a bump. I checked out the Phantom 2 (I've also got the H3-3D gimbal + gopro), and all looked well. So I attempted another flight, keeping a very close eye on cables this time. Unfortunately, as soon I was in the air (About 2m or so) the Phantom developed a mind of it's own and veered up and off to the right at full pelt. It was completely unresponsive to controls. I would've lost the **** thing had it not hit a tree. It came down hard and at first glance was mostly intact. Although the camera/gimbal has come away from the main body. On closer inspection I need some new props (one is completely snapped), it looks like a resistor or something has snapped off the ImmersionRC 600mw TX board, so that'll need to be replaced. Most worrying is the gimbal. It appears to operate fine, except that the 'resting' position is now at an angle, with the camera being tilted sideways. 2 questions 1) what could have caused the Phantom to fly off like that in the first place - I expect that it was linked to the first minor bump - some internal damage maybe? 2) Could the problem with the phantom flying off and the gimbal tilting be linked? I.e. is there an internal level which could be out? Any suggestions on how to fix the gimbal and safely test the copter would be appreciated!