instructables user lacglzh:
I recently build a Camera gimbal, tt’s simple, effective, and really helps to get rid of most of the shakes and vibrations from the video.
In this instructable, I will briefly explain how I built my own DIY brushless camera gimbal, if you are still in doubt please refer to more detail and pictures on my blog post.
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