just wanted to share a very important tip to make sure your camera is straight as to avoid the wonky horizon some are suffering. SO after the recent update i recalibrated the gimbal,put my H on the kitchen table which I thought was straight and level and ran the calibration,all went fine and off I went flying,got the H airborne and noticed the horizon was way off and tilted to the left...a lot! No amount of skillful flying could make it look straight so landed and went back home (1 minute walk) I remembered someone saying make sure when you calibrate the gimbal that the surface the h I is sitting on is perfectly straight! I cannot emphasis enough now how important this is,so I got a level out and found a surface (my garden wall) That was perfectly level and ran the calibration again,went back to the field and now the horizon on my H camera is perfectly level and straight. So make sure you calibrate your gimbal and make sure you do it on a perfectly level surface,get a level out and make sure! and you will have a camera and an image that is perfectly level and true.