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    Some Moab Stoke

    Here is a video I did using my gimbal before I killed it once again. So glad I decided to spring for the newest version and won't have to deal with loosing awesome footage during my mtb trips. Video is so much better with it. Enjoy.. And yes thats a fat tire bike that one of my buddies is on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
    Here is a video I did using my gimbal before I killed it once again. So glad I decided to spring for the newest version and won't have to deal with loosing awesome footage during my mtb trips. Video is so much better with it. Enjoy.. And yes thats a fat tire bike that one of my buddies is on.

    What "new version"? GoPro 6, with stabilization, or a new gimbal?


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    Newest version of the feyui tech gimbal.. Old one had limited motion and in heavy jarring or hitting it causing it to reach its max resulted in the gimbal going crazy. Which in turn the first time twisted the wires that go from the inboard micro board to the outer board to snap. I fixed it but was a pain. This last time instead of twisting and pulling the connector out it it broke the wires again and I am unable to source the same china connectors to remake the wire harness. It was a big issue and first revs just pulled the connector and you had to re-insert and were good to go. I got a second rev in which their dumb asses hot glued the connectors in which caused the wires to snap instead.

    The newest version has a full 360 on all axis and will not have said issue. Plus it has a ton more features including auto rotate for very sweet time elapse shots. Its also bluetooth capable to be controlled live via the phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
    Here is a video I did using my gimbal before I killed it once again. So glad I decided to spring for the newest version and won't have to deal with loosing awesome footage during my mtb trips. Video is so much better with it. Enjoy.. And yes thats a fat tire bike that one of my buddies is on.

    Great video quality. Did you edit out the Snotch or Notch on LPS?

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    I edited out alot. The snotch was a cluster and I just made my way past as I have done both many times and didn't wan't to wait in the cluster to try and ride it. Its amazing how cleared out the snotch is now-a-days. Not the entry and first turn but at the next turn into the slickrock roller is like a freeway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
    I edited out alot. The snotch was a cluster and I just made my way past as I have done both many times and didn't wan't to wait in the cluster to try and ride it. Its amazing how cleared out the snotch is now-a-days. Not the entry and first turn but at the next turn into the slickrock roller is like a freeway.
    I would love to know how many people have ridden that trail since it was built. Well over 100,000 for sure.

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    oh yeah well over 100,000
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