I flew my P3 Pro for the second time last weekend. The video is bad (again). The first time things looked sharp but there were occasional horrible jitters that I later learned were caused by my failure to remove the packing material from the gimbals. This time I flew the drone over some weed filled fields. Strangely, in the video, the weeds appear to have all been blown down as if by a very strong wind. When flying straight they are all smeared in one direction. When flying in a curve, the grass appears to have been pressed down in a circle. I didn't do it, but I'm sure that if I had pointed the camera down and rotated the drone in place the result would have looked like a perfect crop circle. Flying at a moderate speed each pixel is stretched so that it looks an inch or two long on my 60 inch TV. Strangely, it doesn't seem to affect the shots of the house. I haven't heard of this effect so I'm having trouble searching for a cure. I only made two changes since the previous flights (other than the removal of the offending foam) 1) I switched the resolution down to 1080P 2) I switched the file format to mp4. Is it a compression effect? Crazy low shutter speed? Or are the default settings pure junk? The shots are very dark as well, so I'm thinking it's bad default settings.