HealthyDrones.com - Innovative flight data analysis that matters I was flying near an island in Komodo National Park, Indonesia yesterday. Second flight, less then 3 minutes in, battery at 78%, drone starts falling from the sky (from 84 meters last recorded altitude) straight into the ocean. Controller unresponsive, everything happened in a matter of seconds. it was in line of sight, so I saw it falling, but pushing up on the left stick had no effect. No issues previously during the flight. It was falling straight without any sideways rotation or turning, and the propellers seem to be rotating (no idea if under power or not -- last transmission appears to be at 84m altitude). Based on what I saw, I can't imagine it was a bird strike or anything like that. It was well clear of the island and any vegetation, so it didn't clip anything. Wind was also quite mild. What the hell happened? I was flying using the Autopilot app on an iPad Pro in focus mode (where the app controls the gimbal and camera only, not the aircraft. Focus strategy was on a point of interest 10 meters or so above the beach, since I was filming a fly-by. The log file is linked to above. Anyone have any idea what the hell could've happened?