I’ve recently upgraded from my original Typhoon H to the Typhoon H pro, and when I got the new drone in I went ahead and calibrated everything but to my surprise the gimbal consistently tilts the camera slightly to the left. Because of the type of filming I do, it is very important that the horizon be level since I pan and tilt the camera in different directions, but I can’t seem to figure out what is happening to this calibration. - I’ve done the gimbal calibration multiple times in different areas inside and outside with everything dead level as checked with multiple bubble levels - I’ve connected the drone to the GUI and made sure everything was even on screen then ran the calibration with no luck - I’ve even run the calibration with the drone purposely tilted to one side so the camera is physically on the same plane as the drone itself, but again the camera still tilts slightly to the left Every calibration I’ve done I’ve made sure to keep the tilt slider set in the middle, and I’ve re-run the other calibrations as well. Does anyone know what I might be missing or doing wrong? When I got this drone the camera was level, but it wasn’t till I ran that initial gimbal calibration that it started to tilt left. I would greatly appreciate any help in this, especially since I haven’t been able to fly these drones in a couple months due to repair wait times from Yuneec.