That happened to me on my first flight of a Phantom 3 standard. Actually, it hovered just in front of it, then the wind pushed it into the fence. The propellers engaged the fence so the camera was pummeled.
How long have you had the drone?
I ask because DJI repaired mine for free. They even paid for the shipping both directions
have had some of those $20 drones and some $89 drones and I got kind of good at those so I thought I'd step up and buy a nice drone. I am trying to figure out the active track or follow me on the DJI Mavic pro with little luck so far. Been watching hours of You tube
Yeah, unless you live near someone you know who has a DJI product, it's hours and hours of looking at 3rd party videos to get the detailed information you need. Drone on's advice is spot on, and really helps minimize - not eliminate - the chances of something bad happening while you're learning how to use the darn thing.