Today my Typhoon H, just a week old, flew itself into the ground and destroyed the camera. I've already contacted support, but I'd like forum members opinions on the flight log data. I'd also like to know if anyone has successfully returned a broken Typhoon H to B&H - I believe I'm still within my return window, and rather than deal with ANOTHER copter company (long time DJI flyer before this) for weeks, I think I'd rather just make it B&H's problem. Not even sure that this is possible. I'm running the B23 firmware version, not the one from this morning. I also had to change the telemetry, GPS and remote file extension from CSV to TXT as the forums don't allow uploads of CSVs (?) Here's what I sent to support. Any feedback appreciated. Today I was setting up a Curved Cable Cam mission and on starting it, the Typhoon flew to the first point and subsequently flew into the ground, breaking the camera, and bouncing back up in the air. I immediately attempted to land but ended up having to turn off the motors, which caused it to crash to the ground a second time. Here is what I have seen is broken: Camera will no longer turn/rotate One arm will no longer lock into its locked position Camera appears to be bent and housing is cracked Camera never fully initializes A piece of something (likely the arm retention piece) is bouncing around inside the main body I would like my system repaired free of charge in a reasonable amount of time (2 weeks or less). I fully believe the Typhoon flew itself into the ground during the cable cam mission, and damaged the camera. I may have caused more damage trying to land it, but that's not my fault, as the craft was in an unstable flight at that point. I have attached the Telemetry, GPS, and Remote logs for the last three flights, the last two being when I tried to test the system after the crash. Flight #17 is the crash during Curved Cable Cam.