I've only done a brief test with the camera acting as a dashcam. Shooting at 4K@30 fps, about the only problem is the scenery was somewhat jerky as it crossed the field of view when turning a corner. Some of that may be shooting at 30 fps. Shooting at 1080 @ 60 fps produced one major problem: there's no way to invert the image! What's up with that?!? The problem with scenery jerking as it crosses the field of view was present in the 60 fps clip, although it was quite as obvious as with 30 fps. EIS is good with pitch (nose up and down). Roll (one side of the car dips down) shows little stabilization as does yaw (turning). However I don't think these axis of motion are supposed to be stabilized. Overall, the camera didn't crash. It produced the same imagery as V1.20. At least as best I can tell - the test was done in fading light. I'll shoot more upside down (grrr...) video over the next few days. I'll also try time lapse and, I guess, try some still shots.