I finally had my first crash with my Q500 4K. It happened yesterday. It was a bright sunny day with just a small breeze all day (not much more than 5-7 mph). I was at a park and flying just fine, had already switched to a new battery and was flying about 350 ft out when I noticed the screen starting to flicker and it stating that it wasn't connecting to the camera. I proceeded to turn it around and fly it back to me when I felt the controller vibrate and I look down and it said that it had lost GPS and I was flying manually. I didn't panic as it was about 150 ft from me. What scared me though is that it was drifting over toward a walking trail and there was one person on it. I don't know exactly how close it was to him but I started to land it. I guess I landed it too fast and it hit the ground propeller first flipping the bird and all I saw were parts flying everywhere. When I got to it one of the landing gears had popped off (they aren't screwed on, just for ease of taking them off) and the camera had come off. The gimbal lost one of it's rubber stabilizers which I never found. It also broke two props. As far as damage goes, it could have been a lot worse but it landed on grass so I got lucky there. I don't know why I lost GPS because I've flown there several times and never had that problem before. It is in town so maybe something just interfered with the signal. The hardest part it looks to me is putting the gimbal back together. The impact knocked all four rubber stabilizers out of the plate connecting it to the bird but I will have to order more of those if that is possible. I've read where if you fly drones long enough a crash will happen, I'm just glad this wasn't too bad of one. Like I said, it could've been a lot worse, especially if it would've hit the only person on the walking trail who happened to be the only person within 500 feet of it.