As promised in the earlier post, here's a short review of my experience with the DJI Osmo Mobile2. My use for the gimbal is for shooting videos while snowboarding, so my review is primarily regarding that.
Long story short: it does what it says on the tin. :-)
Here's a recording as I used to make them, holding a phone in my hand while riding down a slope:
(excuse the video quality, Google mangled it pretty bad)
Pretty horrible shake and keeping the subject in the frame is rather difficult. Here's how basically the same shot comes out with the Osmo:
Quite a difference. It works beautifully.
As far as other stuff goes, its not without problems. I have a Samsung Galaxy S8 and it's towards the upper limit as far as size goes. When holding plus size phones they would be lopsided, unable to balance naturally in the cradle, which means that motors would need to be engaged at all times to keep it straight. Also, while shooting in cold you would want to keep the phone in the case (to avoid the battery freezing and losing charge), which can also shift the balance forward. It still works, but it has to work harder to keep it balanced. On the other hand, the battery on the gimbal is rather beefy and you'll run through multiple charges on your phone or camera before the battery in the gimbal is empty (you can even use it as a phone charger, it has a USB port for that).
The gimbal is not waterproof, so that's a concern while using it around (frozen) water. :-) Hopefully it won't mind occasional snow spray. It does fine when low temperatures are concerned though: second video was taken in -9 degrees Celsius (that's about 15 degree Fahrenheit).
DJI app is decent, although setting up for the first time could be much better. After purchasing the gimbal from DJI online store, I had to create to account there. But, to use the account with the app, I had to go through SkyPixel site, which at first I thought was a phishing attempt (apprently, that's DJI's site for video sharing). Of course I have no intention of ever using it again. Sigh.
I haven't played with other stuff like hyperlapse, subject following or panoramas much yet.