Yeah I could get past the slightly reduced image quality, (I'm not making movies for Industrial Light & Magic...) but the image stabilization is a total fail by my estimation. This video is of someone riding a bike on pavement. PAVEMENT.
My GoPro 4 would have similar poor results. Put this on a technical mountain bike trail and it would be unwatchable. (just like my Hero 4 is)
I don't want to openly bash this thing, but I think people should be aware of it's limitations and what they're getting for $400. Being able to auto horizon is cool, but a useless feature for most sporting applications. (exceptions being kiting line mounts and or bungee jumping, sky diving) The stabilization is really lacking by all videos of seen so far. The crap audio quality is also a big negative.
I really want this company to succeed and in fact bring a truly integrated, stabilized camera to market.
Here's to hoping that Version 2.0 is in the works and on the way...