Hello everyone, Yesterday I had a flight with my Phantom 1 and I noticed that whenever I get quite a bit far away (> 400 meters I would say) the phantom twitches a little bit. It's easier to just look at it yourself - That's GPS mode only The twitching I'm talking about is at 4:58, 5:05 and 5:08 marks. The distance that the phantom was from me was about 550-600 meters. I didn't ever notice this issue while flying in close range, let's say closer than 200 meters. I heard there are twitching issues with gimbals (I've got HS-2D), but I think it's quite clear that this is phantom twitching, not gymbal. I didn't shake my right stick at all, just steady push to move forward. I'm quite sure that it's not a wind gust too, because it also happened today, again at a distance of about 500 meters in a calm weather. So it never happens nearby, but sometimes happens far away. My current theory is that phantom receiver loses control signal for a moment and just counts current pitch (in this case pitch, but it could be yaw or roll too, I guess) value as 0, but after a moment receives a correct value. I hope NAZA wouldn't zero out a throttle channel, in case it's not receving anything. My gear info that might be relevant: Phantom 1 HS-2D + Gopro 3+ Black TS832 5.8G transmitter miniOSD DJI transmitter, I guess one of earlier revisions with throttle stick without a spring (so it stays wherever I left it) Does anybody have any ideas why is that twitching happening and if I could fix it (apart from not flying longer than 300 meters from me)? Thanks!