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Hello All,

I know the GP9 has great horizontal stabilization and good overall stabilization but I've been trying to find out if the GoPro 9 has "pitch" stabilization.

One reason I still run a gimbal is because in mountain biking while wearing a chest mount your body position (fore/aft or "pitch") changes pretty radically, like 30 or 40 degrees between climbing and descending steep terrain.

In the past without a gimbal that provides pitch stabilization you would get everything from looking at the sky to looking at the ground and you had to get your camera framing perfect and try not to move the fore/aft position of your body. A gimbal eliminates this issue....

...so does the GP9 have pitch stabilization I hope, and if so, how much (how many degrees).

Thanks!
CJS
 

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The sensor is not moving physicaly, its just compensating for vibrations. horizon level works only for horizon, not pitch. if you point it towards the ground , you will get video of the ground. just less shaky
 
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to add want pitch get a pocket 2 By DJI, or continue the use of your gimbal.
 
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