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    Is anyone else tired of watching POV videos that make you dizzy?!?

    I recently made a video on the Evo SS Wearable Gimbal. It's amazing what a huge difference such a small device makes! You can check out my video here! Hope you find it helpful, if so please like the video and subscribe if you'd like to see some amazing future trail ride POV from Northern California trails! Thank you for stopping by! OCD MOUNTAIN BIKING.
    https://youtu.be/OzCtLc9G7mM
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    Hahaha!

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    Decent gimbal by the looks of it. Have been thinking of getting one recently!

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    I picked up the Zhiyun version of the gimbal (in the UK so can't get the Evo badged one) and I can't believe how well it works, when I was first trying it out I'd followed the recommendations to get it strapped on securely but as I rode along I noticed the camera was still moving a lot and braced myself for wasting the money. Then I watched the footage back and I couldn't believe how well it worked, even when there were large jolts through the front of the bike the camera held steady. A few people have commented it's like someone smoothly holding the camera and then editing in a set of handlebars in front to make it look like it's a bike.

    It's also very easy to use and setup, pretty much just stick it on the mount and power it up without needing to spend time on calibration or similar as I was expecting.

    That said I am curious to see how the new Garmin and GoPro 360 cameras work in this regard as they offer a feature where you can produce a stabilised standard video from the 360 video which sounds a pretty handy feature particularly combined with being able to move the camera view around.

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    I thought it was about being tired of POV videos period. They are so boring to me. At least chase somebody so we can see whats going on.
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