Hi guys, Today I've flown my phantom from my usual liftoff point near the coastal line. The DJI Vision App reported 4 satelites, this is quite common in my location so I went up in Atti mode as I always do and at about 100 meters height with the DJI Vision App showing 8 sattelites I entered GPS mode. I then toggled the S2 switch 5 or 6 times to set a new home point . After a few seconds and 88% battery, I lost complete connection throught the phantom vision App, I wasn't too scared because the wind was mild and I knew I had set my home point pretty high, so I turned the remote controller off to trigger failsafe mode. I waited and waited and waited, but after 15 minutes my phantom did not come back :shock: What's weird is that after about 10 minutes I was able to access the phantom wifi again through my phone, the DJI vision App Camera did not report anything but I was able to go to settings and press the find my phantom button. The map showed that my phantom current location was about 80 meters away (possibly in the terrace of a local Hotel). I went there, to the exact point reported by the App, but no one had seen anything. Oddly I was still able to catch the phantom Wifi in the Hotel Terrace and I kept on searching until the signal disappeared and a few hours afterwards until sunset. I wouldn't qualify myself as an experienced pilot, but I have flown my phantom about 20 times without hardly any incident (appart from a mild colission with a tree). It was my fourth time flying in NAZA mode and I must have read the manual about three times. I now fear the worst, my beloved phantom 2 Vision + might be gone forever! What saddens me the most is that I can't find a logical explanation, what could possibly had gone wrong? Is it something that I did? Pilot error or maybe a flyaway bug? Your thoughts would be very appreciated. EDIT: I did an advanced callibration this very same week, I also did calibrate the compass before lifting off, I'm also sure there was no metal interference near my phantom before liftoff.