So I flew the Mavic Pro a few times today and on the second and third batteries I was seeing the gimbal overload message upon startup. I did go away after a few seconds and the gimbal worked as expected (although it did reset a couple of times again today).
I was using an ND filter attached the whole time as I normally do… When I got home and warmed up I tried again and now with the ND filter attached it initialises, but at about a 45 degree angle and again I see the gimbal overload message. Without the ND filter I get the message, but it sits straight and works as expected. I can then put the ND filter on (don’t like doing it this way) and it seems ok.
I tried a gimbal calibration with with and without the ND, both times worked successfully but didn’t solve the problem. The thing I have noticed is that upon initialisation the gimbal rotates with way but on one side gets stuck (leaving it at 45 degrees). If I very gently twist it ever so slightly it frees and works normally.
Any ideas or is it time to gable with DJI warranty