Primarily for general aviation discussion, but other aviation topics are also welcome.
Interesting how the camera seems to be stabilised relative to the ground - up to a point.
There is a wobbling motion between the camera and the aircraft which seems to indicate the camera is not totally rigid.
It's quite effective, and appears to be kinder to the viewer's eyes.
Many years ago I set up my Sony camcorder on a tripod in the back of the aeroplane. It had image stabilisation. When I played the video back, it was weird watching me taxi out with the horizon being still and the aeroplane bobbing up and down.

The Sony action cameras I have also have image stabilisation. I believe the latest GoPros have it too.