Gudsen launches Gimbal Moza Air 2
MOZA Air 2 gimbal, equipped with high torque motors and new generation FOC technology, has four high-rate Li-ion 18650 replaceable batteries with a maximum runtime of 16 hours. It is capable of handling most DSLRs, mirrorless cameras and pocket cinema cameras weighing up to 9 lbs(4.2kg).
The MOZA SPARK power supply system equips the MOZA Air 2 with four power ports. There are up to 20 optimizations for personalized and professional types of timelapses, such as motion-lapse, tracking time-lapse, zoom time-lapse and so on. It comprises of 3-axis and 8 follow modes, that allows the users to shoot in modes such as Inception Mode, FPV Mode, Sport Gear Mode, Panorama and Tracking mode. The iFOCUS is the 4th axis of MOZA Air 2, offering focus and zoom control when connected with the MOZA Air.
The AI calculation system enables the MOZA App to select parameters based on the total weight on the gimbal. MOZA Air 2 comes with the mechanical memory quick release system, an angled motor arm, 12 physical buttons, control settings such as recording, zoom, focus, ISO, shutter, aperture, exposure compensation and WB. Five sets of customized gimbal parameters can be saved catering to the user’s shooting styles. The ¼ inch screw holes at the bottom and back of the handgrip offer expansions for the device. The gimbal can be mounted to a tripod, slider, jib, crane or anything else with a universal connection. Operators of the gimbal can use MOZA thumb controller, iFOCUS, camera cage, camera backpack, dual handle to distribute control of gimbal pointing, FIZ and camera controls. When combining the iFOCUS with the Air 2, the following functions are available: Auto focus shifting and Auto zoom.
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