Lon, did you expect the tiny motors in the gimbal to hold their own against 100mph headwind?
I agree about detailed specs. I haven't seen any comsumer level gimbal that can handle 100mph. Sure you could fork out 15k on a pro one. Have you tried a static mount is image stabilisation in camera turned on?
Same here I have over 30 gopro's from the first one right up to the hero 6.Okay now you're just messing with me! Hahaha! I bought the very first Go Pro that took AAA batteries. In fact, I have all of my old GPs. I wanted to get video without horizon tilt. It won't work with the Karma Grip at much over 30 mph. Mounting behind the screen on a sport bike is tough and I have a tinted screen anyway.