One of the most rewarding, and frustrating, video clips to shoot is the moving shot. If you shoot 35mm or larger cameras like the Red, stabilizing a moving shot will require a large gimbal or steadycam rig. These are expensive, heavy, and take awhile to master. But the reward is getting incredible footage using 35mm DSLR cameras. If you don’t want to make that big of an investment, but still want to shoot video while chasing your subject down a trail, take a look at the Lanparte HHG-01 gimbal. This rig has a 3 axis gimbal and can stabilize both phones and GoPro cameras. Here is the best part. Once you have your GoPro attached, you just press the button on the bottom of the handle and your camera is perfectly balanced and stabilized. I was shooting steady moving video after 5 minutes of setting the gimbal up. Since you are using a GoPro, your arm won’t get tired walking around with this rig. If you want to see sample footage, just search the web for in-depth reviews on this gimbal. I also bought the Lanparte monitor and bracket. With this attached, I can see exactly what I am filming as I follow my subject. The gimbal runs around $320, and the monitor goes for $159, bracket for $79. If you want to add some dynamic moving shots to your next video, and you have a GoPro, take a look at this system.