Gudsen, the manufacturer behind the original popular Moza Air has released the Moza Air Cross.
They call it “The most compact, ultra-lightweight and portable camera stabilization
system for mirrorless cameras and pocked digital cameras.”
I havent tred the Moza Air Cross (yet), but I have tried the Moza Air, and it’s really nice.
Here are a few of the features that makes this handheld gimbal stand out:
- Mimic motion control
- Motion timelapse
- Build in Quick Release
- 12 hour battery
- DC output to power ex. Sony cameras
- 12 volt DC inout in the handle
- Start/stop control for Sony and Panasonic cameras
- Payload up to 1.8 kg.
Mimic motion control
Here is the mimic control. Really nice feature. It could actually be used with the wifi function of ex. Sony a7sII. It has a little lag, but def. can be used.
Using the MOZA Assistant App (avail. for Android and iOS) and the gimbal, you can shoot fine motion timelapses. Sunups, sundowns, cloud formations… Cable in the gimbal and to the camera and you are ready.
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What’s included in the box?
- AirCross Gimbal
- 3x batteries
- Battery Charger
- Camera Control Cables (start/stop for Sony and Panasonic)
- USB Cable
- Quick Release Plate
- Mini tripod
- Carrying Case
- Moza Wireless Thumb Controller
- Dual Handle
- Sony and Panasonic power connection
- Accesory mount
The Moza Aircross is 419 USD excl. remote and dual handle. There are packages out there with everything included. You can find one of them below.
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