1. When I left the house yesterday, the controller and the DJI Go app were up to date. Since the last update involved the aircraft and camera and was completed, I did not bother to turn on the aircraft at home to be certain there were no further updates. 2. When I got into the field and turned everything on, I received the message "Aircraft and Camera Updates required." 3. I performed a field operation to update the firmware on the aircraft and camera by directly plugging in the camera to the control and powering it on. 4. Once it seemed completed, I turned everything off, plugged the controller back into the Galaxy Note. At first the app still said, "Aircraft and Camera Updates required." Then, a green light came on and it said "Safe to Fly." 5. I launched and it seemed in control at first, then it started gravitating off course. I flew around a few trees and then flew to the back of the expansive church parking lot. In general I felt pretty in control with a margin of 1 to 2 feet in either horizontal direction. 6. I brought the aircraft back towards me, then something seemed to go wrong. It starting migrating toward a tree. It fought me when I tried to pull it away, then it rose a few feet and clipped some branches. Once it clipped the branches, it got tangled and came straight down to the pavement. The arm of the gimbal that leads into the back of the camera has snapped off. Unfortunately there are no parts available for the gimbal arm... the whole camera unit needs replacement.