Simon send me one of his new RTF gimbals to test.
Review & opinions of this gimbal - fpvguy.com/2013/06/flypro-150-gram-brushless-gimbal.html
The thing really is RTF, I attached it to the Phantom with two screws and hooked up the rubber O-rings. then did take it flying at Ottie-Flats in Angeles Crest. Pretty solid wind gusts, notice the trees. I left the audio track, you can hear the wind gusts, I never did hear that before.
I did not hook up the pitch servo cable, this video was shot RTF, simply plugged into power and fly.
The gimbal come with a GoPro3 video/power cable for your video tx
The gimbal also have servo cables installed for roll and pitch.
The gimbal ready to play weight 150grams. add 70grams for the camera making it a total 220grams flying weight.
Overall Im pretty happy with the gimbal performance. the wind gusts were powerful and the gimbal did really good keeping the image stable.
The wind today did shake things really good, particularly the yaw is noticeable since the gimbal don't stabilize yaw moves.
*** I dropped the video on AfterEffects and ran it through ProDad stabilizer 5% pan stab, that did smooth out the yaw nicks really well and I would call it great.
This is a RTF gimbal kit from Simon in HK, $320 delivered to the USA.
for information about the gimbal check with Simon at email@example.com
*** the slight roll of the camera when turning is a issue with firmware 48
Music: Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik allegro by Advent Chamber Orchestra (freemusicarchive.org/music/Advent_Chamber_Orchestra/Selections_from_the_2005-2006_Season/Advent_Chamber_Orchestra_-_04_-_Mozart_-_A_Little_Night_Music_allegro)