The PilotFly FunnyGo (likely a really bad translation from the Chinese) is a hot little 3-axis gimble for GoPros. The other major developer's hand-held gimbal is inferior to this. It sells (directly from Taiwan) for $375.00. If you already own a GoPro, this is the way to go. The DJI camera lists for about $550.00 now, which is more than you can pick up a new GoPro Hero4 Silver for. Why the Silver and not the black? When using these gimbals you want to SEE what your camera is seeing. Although you CAN use the Camera App from GoPro and mount some form of bracket on your handle, this is quite awkward and may likely drop your (in my case) iPhone. The GoPro Hero4 Silver has an integrated touch screen/monitor built in and has the same dimensions as the earlier GoPro Hero3s, that this gimbal was designed to hold.
A perfect solution, and one can do a lot more with this combo for hand-held gimbal work.
I want one of these as well, but NOT if the price is too high. After all, the major electronics are already in the Cam-Gimbal unit. All this handle is, is a battery holder and grip with perhaps a tilt/rocker switch — likely the same internal electronics as in their thumb control for the DJI Ronin-M, and that sells for a paltry $100.00 (a lot for a switch however! : )
I hope we have news soon. But, in the meantime check out this great gimbal: <http://copter-rc.com/en/catalog/35-pilotfly-funnygo-bt-3axis-stabilizer-for-gopro-3-4.html>
BEWARE of the two gotchas. 1) There is also a 2-axis (older) version that is a lot cheaper... 2) The HiFlySky FunnyGo 'look-alike' is NOT the same thing, even though they look really similar.
If you want a comparison (before the BlueTooth versions of the FunnyGo began to ship for $375.00) between the Feiyu-Tech G3 (another competitor producing GoPro gimbals) FunnyGo, see here: <
Additionally, they now offer a VERY nice (and compact) 790.00 USD 3-Axis, 32-bit gimbal for lightweight mirrorless cameras (like the GH4)! These will not take onboard gear like focus pullers or transmitter (for wireless video monitoring), but using the GH4 and Panasonic auto focus lenses (like the pancake ƒ2.0) one can shoot some quality footage. Check it out here: <PILOTFLY H1+ 32bit Handheld 3axis Stabilizer for Mirrorless camera - Copter-RC
Personally, I am saving up for a Ronin-M, but this is another option at ½ the price, and it works!