Hey guys. First time on the forum. My name is Simon Finlayson I just bought a X5 for my Inspire 1. I’ve been looking forward to it for some time. Planning on getting the OSMO as well as a few other bits, but really really need to get this sorted first. Sadly, I’ve had nothing but trouble with the X5. Here is a video of an example of the biggest problem. It seems to never want to stay completely still. In the video below, I place it down on the balcony and as you can see, the camera just keeps moving back and forth slightly. It’s only ever the yaw that’s doing it. Even in FPV it’s still wobbling back and forth. They gimbal is tight (although it makes some nasty noises sometimes) and seems to be in full control, but it’s always wandering back and forth a tiny bit in every setting including ‘free mode' even when standing completely still. I have the C1 button set to reset yaw and snap the camera forwards - the camera knows it’s out of alignment because sitting on a desk it will wander out and I’m constantly pushing the “reset yaw” button and it’s constantly snapping back. At the end of the video below I put in what I think may be the problem? The compass? this is a video of my controller when my drone is sitting on my desk not near anything metal and the compass settings are all over the place. I have a lot of time flying my x3. I know that when flying, the yaw will sometimes soften movements with the camera to make it look smoother. The x5 seems to be doing this on one side SOMETIMES and never on the other. I’ll move the stick to yaw left, and the camera will sometimes jerk to the right first as if it’s compensating the wrong way. It’s VERY blatant when it happens. It never happens though when I’m using the touchscreen to control the camera, so it’s working, but I’m limited to flying to a point, hovering, and then looking around which makes for pretty boring footage. When in a steady pan, it will occasionally just put in a big inconsistency. Again, I have plenty of experience with the x3 - never a problem. Since the yaw will not keep still filming is hard enough, but for stills, long exposures, exposure bracketing and HRD shots are virtually impossible. I got the upgrade purely to improve evening/nighttime shots. I have tried recalibrating the compass and this didn’t improve the issue. This seems much like a hardware issue to me. Next I need some help with what are likely my shortcomings, I’m also having huge trouble focusing it. Do I have to calibrate it every time I swap batteries? Put on the camera? Turn on the drone? or just once out of the box? Sometimes when I calibrate, it will only focus on things 5m away, other times over 20m. Once, when the ‘range’ of the focus was very long (it was manually allowing me to focus from 0.5m-20m+) I would bring the focus down on the lights at night, until they would get smaller and smaller trying to get them into focus, until they would be getting bigger again (focusing past them?). They were never in focus - I couldn’t get it. I spent an hour! The autofocus wasn’t happening at night on the buildings. I was hoping for better performance in low light. I thought I was doing something wrong, but I had a photographer come and use his camera along side mine, and my X5 is coming out so grainy that it’s about the same as my iPhone. I was trying to get video of city lights at night from far away. No matter what I do I can’t get rid of flicker and graininess. I tried both anti-flicker settings, locking the all the settings so the ISO is not constantly adjusting… Don’t know what to do. I’m seeing some peoples footage is amazing at night so I’m assuming I’m doing something wrong with the settings or focus? One last thing. Does the app do the HDR shots and blend them on the app, or does that have to be done in post production every time? So: Yaw wobble? Compass problem? Graininess and fliker at night? calibrate focus? HDR setting? HELLLLLLP!!!! Kind regards, Simon.