GoPro Karma Grip Test with the GoPro HERO6 Black – Run and Gun Stabilization Gimbal

The other day, I just picked up a GoPro HERO6 and the GoPro Karma Grip. The grip is a buggy product and requires being reset a few times before it syncs with the GoPro HERO6 – a know issue that still hasn’t been worked out (even with the latest firmware). In this video, I set the camera to Protune with the flat picture profile, sharpness turned to the lowest setting, and audio set to stereo. I edited the colors in post and slightly negated the fisheye affect, but let the audio as is. Other than that, the footage has not been stabilized with software, it’s all from the gimbal.

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