Here's a look at another Ready to Run (RTR) stabilizer product from CAME-TV. The new CAME 6000 is a 2-Axis (no pan stabilization) Brushless Motor Active Stabilized Gimbal. Pretty straightforward with control board, wiring, and battery tucked away neatly in it's design.
The new CAME 6000 Gimbal does not offer a pan / tilt joystick, or remote operator controls. It's pretty stripped down and only offers stabilization on 2-axis. Some people may not find the lack of pan stabilization as a setback.
From many of the other inexpensive stabilized gimbal videos i've seen (even some i've shot) the pan stabilization often shows up as a little side to side 'twitch'. I personally wanted to disable the top Pan motor on the CAME 5000 gimbal I tested a few weeks back (seen here). All I really care about is keeping the camera's horizon level.
I've reached out to the company to see if it's possible to test out this unit. We'll see how that plays out. Compared to $1980 for the CAME 5000 3-Axis Gimbal, this new CAME 6000 2-AXIS Stabilizer is listed for just under $900 dollars (more photos found here).
CAME 6000 2-Axis Active Gimbal Stabilizer