We shot this over a few days using my 3D printed quad and a brushless gimbal I designed to go along with it. I printed out everything on a Replicator Dual. Total print time was around 20 hours. The arms take the longest. Roughly 4-5 hours (2 at a time) with the settings required for strength and rigidity. The gimbal parts can all be printed in on go and takes about 4 hours when you include the battery tray.
The gimbal controller is a Martinez 3.0, which I must say was a real pain to get setup. I don't think I have everything dialed in perfectly because if you pitch too quickly the gimbal will freak out. But I am very happy with the results. For my flight controller I am using a KK blackboard. I'm not unhappy with it as I have used these for nearly every Multi Copter I've made, but the quad would definitely benefit from a APM.
I will be headed out to Moab this weekend for the "Turkey Boogie" a BASE jumper gathering over Thanksgiving, hopefully I will come back with some more footage. Moab is incredible and is just as much a playground for FPV pilots as it is for BASE jumpers, climbers, hikers, bikers, etc.
Hope you guys enjoy!