There is digital stabilization when filming in 1080p resolution but there is no stabilization filming in 4K. It doesn't have a gimbal so you will see movement in your video clips. The camera does have the ability to pan 90 degrees downward and when shooting downward, you tend to have less noticeable movement in your video clips. At the end of the day, this really was promoted and marketed as an aerial selfie camera. It's better at taking pictures than it is as stable, fluid video. Think of it this way, when you buy a camera, it is sold as a camera and marketed as such and one of the additional features is its ability to capture video. If you're looking at this drone to have the ability to film high end cinematic footage, look elsewhere. For a quick selfie, picture, and a unique aerial perspective of your environment and surroundings, for the price and capabilities, it's an excellent device and a fair price for what it does.