I posted this story on the Movi Pro/XL Facebook page but thought I should also post here. I had a very close call yesterday when landing my Alta 8. The battery warning had just come on, it was about a 97º F day. I set up the approach and started to land but just before touchdown, a gust blew me off course a bit. I climbed to about 10 feet and then started down slowly then the descent rate increased and I could not slow it down. I thought "Ok, my Alta is in Auto Land mode." The descent rate was a little higher than I wanted it to be but it still looked safe. When I tried to line up with the landing spot I realized I had no directional control over the drone. None. Full stick deflection did not move the Alta to the level spot I had chosen. I only needed to move about 2 feet. As soon as the up-hill gear leg touched down I cut power fearing a tip-over. The Alta settled for a moment then slowly tipped over because of the uneven ground. Fortunately, there was no damage. I didn't even have any dust on the motors or rotors. This could have been a disaster. Has anyone else ever experienced loss of directional control when auto-land takes over? That should not have happened. I have double checked the batteries that were being used and they both show healthy. I think the very short time between the battery warning and the auto-land was caused by the heat. I'm probably going to increase the warning voltage when flying in hot weather so I don't get into that kind of situation again. I hope that increasing the warning voltage does not also increase the switch to auto-land. I didn't have time to check the voltage while I was trying to land. I should have recorded the FPV video so I could see exactly what happened. I'll have to check to see if it is in the flight log to see if that info is there.