Nothing wrong with this. When the camera is at it’s extreme angles, it’s got no room to move further. Move the drone, it has to angle itself to move, and the camera has to reposition itself. Check the app next time you do it, it should be telling you what it’s doing.
Is it in sport mode? Don’t forget how your drone moves in the sky. To go into reverse, the front props spin faster to tilt the drone backwards, therefore achieving rearward movement. If your camera lens is already at its maximum downward movement, the is no more left to compensate for the angle the aircraft needs to achieve to move rear wards. There is the facility to change the map in the bottom left of the screen to an attitude indicator, which shows what angles the drone is flying at. You will be surprised at how much the gimbal compensates to keep a steady shot whilst flying.
When you pull back on the right stick the nose of the quad pitches up. If the camera is pointing straight down and was not restricted it would roll into the body of the drone. Similarly if the camera was pointing up as far as it could go and you pushed up on the right stick the front of the drone would pitch down the camera would roll into the nose of the drone without the limit in place.
Nope normal I only tend to use sport mode to get it home quickly or in strong winds.
I understand the reasoning in relation downward angles and the pitch of the drone but it’s only been recently it has been happening. I will learn to live with it but it’s such a jolt of movement that if I had been filming it would have ruined the footage.