Description: Here I am testing the new simple version of ReelSteady called "ReelSteady GO" just for GoPro HD cameras to easily stabilize your video in an amazingly smooth way.The new software works flawlessly with a Hero6, but if you're using a Session5 or Hero7 those cameras use a different way of interpreting the gyro data in the GoPro itself so you have to work around that issue to get it to work for those two cams. Or go get an old Hero6 and use any quad and mounting method lol But if you're like me and skipped the 6 and already have a Session5 and/or Hero7 then you can use this tested budget "almost rtf" micro set up with either Hyersmooth or Reelsteady GO to get amazing indoor and outdoor cinematic video! These cinewhoop drones love and do so well with just the smallest amount of stabilization. It gives an almost magical result when shot in HD.. and now with less time, money, and effort in post! After two weeks of trial and error this is the only set up I've been able to get to work on RSGO and I believe it might be the higher rpm not effecting the gyro as much somehow or possibly since its so small, as the fc makes corrections they are buffered enough with the high weight/small props combo. I'm not positive yet, I have more testing to do, but I know this set up works so well right now indoors and out. Set-Up: ~Emax BabyHawk R 3" Stock (w/ optional 2.5" arm conversion kit) ~Universal Ducted Propeller Guards by Stan FPV (2.5") ~HQ Props 2" ~4s 650-850mah high C rating Lipo ~GoPro Hero7 Black ~ReelSteady GO ~GoPro "soft mount" (either 3d printed or diy zip tie) To be completely honest I almost tried to return the program after a week and a half of it making my video WORSE. That is until I found this set-up, no joke. And like I said I still can't get it to work on a big quad, but I found out they use the free trial and say you could have tried it first and do not give refunds on RSGO, which I think isn't that cool BUT it's very new so I figured I'll give them some slack. So make sure you try the trial version before you make the decision to buy it, but make sure you have the correct set up to make it work before that, because when it works it is definitely worth every penny! I've been testing inside the house but since we're spring cleaning and the house is a mess I did you guys a favor and flew two 4s lipos outside real quick to get the footage in this video. There were 30mph random gusts going on during these flights too and it handled it like a champ. ReelSteady GO is available here: https://www.reelsteady.com/pages/go-details The FULL version of ReelSteady can be found here: https://www.reelsteady.com/pages/details The Universal Ducted Propeller Guards used on the quad in this video (designed and sold by me, Stan FPV) provide safety and increase the efficiency and load capabilities of your props/motors enough to enable the 4500kv 1106 motors on the stock BabyHawk R 3" to lift the Hero7 for around 3 mins on 2" props! The UDP-Guards are currently available in 3 sizes and in 10 colors on my website www.stanfpv.com shipped anywhere in the world! Emax BabyHawk R RTF Drone available here: https://www.racedayquads.com/products/emax-babyhawk-r-3-bnf?variant=4088811421707&gclid=CjwKCAjw5pPnBRBJEiwAULZKvsGfK0ple2oHcaD8cNnE6G5l0EIawu5w8AvP2XMf5T9PXF0VhgGmjBoCE7cQAvD_BwE The GoPro mounts that ReelSteady recommends to help with "soft mounting" your GoPro can be found at this link : https://www.reelsteady.com/pages/go-drone-info (If you need a mount printed, dm and I can print and mail it to you for a small fee) I will definitely be using this set up as a serious option in my aerial filming arsenal from now on. Fly like a bird!