Yesterday I had a rather expensive experience. My Phantom crashed and the crash totally destroyed my new GoPro 3+ and Zenmuse gimbal. Shortly after take off the Phantom performed rather wobbly and then suddenly I lost control and it crashed. It just went left on its side and hit the ground. The Phantom looked OK as apart from a broken prop guard. Stupidly enough I thought this might have something to do with the environment, since the place had tv-cameras and wires and probably microphone radios around. So I went to another place, this one free from interference and with plenty of wide open space. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHGbFUub ... e=youtu.be The same thing happened. It didn't seem to fly straight forward, it performed a bit spastic really. When I tried to bring it back home I lost control completely, the Phantom flew on its own, then tilted on its side and crashed. This time my brand new Gopro 3+ black was totally bruised on the lens, and my Zenmuse gimbal was broken. (The gimbal is not very bruised and moves easy but then stops on its way up and goes shaking). I am not sure what went wrong. I tried the Phantom with the gimbal on just a couple of days ago and everything was going great. But this time I had put a Fatshark transmitter on (5.8, 250mW) and attached a combined monitor receiver to my hand control. The transmitter was attached as I have seen others do it. I did wrap the power wires a couple of times around the leg with one of the antennas in it. Could this be the reason? I have tested the Phantoms compass in my Nazam software and it seems to be working well and calibrated as it should. I am pretty sure I didn't have the WiFi switched on, on my Gopro, but if I had, could this have caused the crash? My questions are these: Is there any way to fix the Zenmuse gimbal and change the Gopro lens? But most of all Why did I lose control of the Phantom?