I have been looking a lot at electronic gimbals, but became less interested seeing all the troubles these can give. So now I am thinking of having a simple steadicam instead, maybe with a vest and spring arm.
I have seen lots of Youtube test footage with many steadicams and I see very good results in general. The only thing that almost always comes back, however smooth the footage is, is the swinging weight at the botom of the steadicam, showed by an horizon that is often not level. Is there a way to fight this?