One of the best tips I received a couple of years ago when I started flying and filming still rings true today. Don't fly in GPS mode. It is such a common problem with DJI products that people have GPS issues and the best way to get smooth footage and avoid those issues is to always fly in Atti mode. There are a couple of problems with flying in Atti mode but these problems can be avoided with PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE! When you are in Atti mode the craft strives to maintain level flight with no stick input and maintain altitude but THAT'S IT! If the craft is moving and you let off the sticks it will keep moving in the direction it was going so you have to have situational awareness and realize the craft will not park itself in the air when you cease stick input. The WORST part about GPS mode is that when you are filming and you let off the sticks it jerks to a halt and is constantly fighting you when minimal stick input ventures into neutral stick position which ruins smooth shots. I encourage anyone that wants to get good smooth footage to learn how to fly exclusively in Atti mode and only use GPS to park the craft. If you can get into the habit of launching, flying and retrieving the craft in Atti mode you will be a better, smoother, and safer pilot. All of these amazing GPS tools should be a backup when talent runs out, a safety net as it were. If you are rarely using GPS mode you will almost completely avoid the already rare GPS problems with DJI products and get smoother prettier shots...and it flies and maneuvers faster too!!!!! Practice Practice Practice!