I have a few flights on my new Inspire 1 Pro Black Edition and I must say I'm not happy. I bought a Yuneec Q500 last year around this time with it's first 1080p camera, then upgraded to their 4K camera. Although the image was not super nice, at least it was IN FOCUS. Like I said I've had about 4 flights on my I1 and have been doing tests around my house. I cannot for the life of me get a video pass that I'm happy with (IN FOCUS). Stills are in focus all day. I just took what I thought was awesome sunset footage and all the trees and anything on the ground was WAY out of focus. I have been searching for any information on how to correctly setup and use my camera but very little information, especially from DJI. Right now, love the quad, hate the camera. I have calibrated the camera, tried Aperture Priority to force lens to stop down to t 11 or 16, etc. I cannot seem to get a consistent focus range with video. Even tried using the Landscape mode to ensure everything was in focus (lack of manual doesn't really mention which modes work only in Still or Video or both) So, what am I doing wrong? I understand that this is a more professional camera and not a point-n-shoot like the phantoms / yuneecs of the world, but dang, I have spent $5K on a system that looks worse than them. What is the secret to getting stuff in focus with these X5 cameras? I've seen footage online that shows comparison between a Sony and the X5 at night and BOTH look super sharp at 1.7 aperture so I'm pretty sure its my focusing and not that. Please help me understand how to use this camera before my 30 days is up cause right now its pretty much worthless to me.