View attachment 746 View attachment 747 View attachment 746 Hi pretty alarming day, was cruising around the harbour on this fine Auckland day. No wind just blue skies. I was filming boats cruising about from a wharf. I had 25% battery left, the inspire was only 500 metres away so plenty of return battery, but out of nowhere with zero warning it started beeping battery critical. Then landing gear came down and it started to land in the ocean. Luckily I stayed calm and spotted a wharf near by. But for some reason the inspire wouldnt fly straight, I was looking at my height on my iPad,it was dropping fast! I managed to just make the wharf as it semi landed slid on the edge of the wharf. Luckily the near by wharf was a secure zone so I raced over in my van and they collected it. I was relieved but semi fuming to say the least as this shouldn't have happened. In my pictures you'll see the battery goes from 25% to 7% to 3% to 0% all in the space of less than a minute. Exactly 53 seconds to be precise going by the numbers on the iPad. I also have video. Why did the battery voltage drop? Why couldn't I control it? Would Dji have covered this if it went down?