Originally Posted by Tahoe Ed
Tarro, you can within the limitations of the servos to move the mass. Remember is not the start but the stop that makes great gimbal performance. The higher the mass the greater the load on the servos. DJI has a Zen for a Red that I saw at ASUAV show in Las Vegas the size of the servos was about 1.5x larger. You also have to consider the Z15's calibration motion. If the camera is too large then the mechanism will be inhibited or damaged.
Wow, the Red mount must be a fortune. I am using a CS Gimbal with the Radian Stabilization system. It works fine but like any mount care must be taken when balancing it.