A gimbal is a pivoted support that allows for the rotation of an object about a single axis. Gimbals are used in photography and videography applications in order to allow balanced movement for cameras and lenses, and importantly, to stabilise and correct vibrations.
So it goes without saying, that they’re widely used in camera drones, to mount cameras. The Tarot TL3T01 is one such, a 3-axis gimbal (pitch, toll, and yaw control) made for the GoPro Hero 3/3+/4 (and perhaps even the GoPro alternatives).
The Tarot TL3T01 has a CNC tooled frame, making it light-weight (at 160 g). It supports modes such as altitude lock (AL), direction following, and FPV. It also has a built-in IMU module, allowing for stability during flight.
It is compatible with 3S-6S (11-26V) LiPo batteries, and has an attitude hold accuracy of 0.02 degrees. Its dimensions are 7.50 x 6.00 x 10.00 cm, snugly fitting the mentioned GoPro models. The motor controlling the gimbal is brushless, allowing for better quality video. The light-weight structure of the TL3T01 allows for a longer time of flight, which is always desired.
The Tarot TL3T01 comes with a gimbal, a control module, a connecting cable, an output cable (for data transfer), a USE module, a flight system connecting cable, and the manual. It is currently available for $124.99, in black.