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The Karma Grip is GoPro’s first official 3-axis gimbal for the GoPro Hero5 Black, although it’s certainly not the only gimbal built for the action camera. Third-party options have existed for ages in fact, such as Kumbacam’s gimbal mount, which we reviewed three years ago. The Grip is included with the Karma drone and is one of the aerial platform’s key selling points, but it is also available separately for $300. That puts it above most third-party options, but is it any better?
As the Karma Grip is designed specifically for the GoPro Hero6 and Hero5 Black cameras (Hero4 cameras are supported with an optional harness), all you need to do is plug in the camera and latch the housing, and you’re good to go. There’s no balancing required. This also means, of course, that you can’t adapt the Karma Grip to work with other types of cameras, whereas some third-party gimbals can be balanced for multiple brands and models.
In short, the Karma Grip is a decent stabilizer that should work well for GoPro’s primary demographic. But it is also very much a version 1.0 product, with several small issues we would like to see resolved in a future version. If you’re looking for a basic, no frills stabilizer for your GoPro, then it’s a solid choice. But if you want more control or absolutely perfect stabilization — or if you simply want to save a few bucks — hold off or look elsewhere.
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