[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The GoPro line of cameras provides excellent high quality footage of your most insane and wild stunts. Whether you’re hurtling down a steep hill on a mountain bike, surfing on big waves or doing parkour around the local neighborhood, it will attach to your body or equipment and take all kinds of mad punishment.
But GoPro cameras are also just very cheap cameras that deliver great quality images and video. That means you might sometimes want to use your GoPro for other things – which is where this handheld steady gimbal comes in. The GoPro 3-Axis Gimbal uses motors and gyroscopic sensors to keep your camera entirely still providing you with incredibly smooth footage that looks almost professional in quality. It’s awesome for budding film makers who want to create professional video on a budget but it’s also something you can make use of in other ways.
Apparently, even when you’re using your GoPro for dangerously going nuts – as it was intended – the gimbal will still be able to provide you with steady footage. So hold it out with one arm while you’re skateboarding and you should get a pretty smooth shot. Until multitasking gets the better of you and you hurtle headlong into a lamp post.
3-Axis Handheld Gimbal for GoPro Hero 3 / 3+ / 4
3 Modes of Operation easily changeable by the push of a button.
Heading Follow Mode£ºCamera Pitch and Roll Angles remain constant, heading follows the handheld position.
Heading And Pitch Follow Mode£ºCamera Roll Angle remains constant. Heading and Pitch follow the handheld position.
Heading Lock Mode: Heading, Pitch and Roll are all locked to point at one position.