Features of MOZA Air:
Dual Handle Mode For Better Handheld
The included dual handle makes the MOZA Air not just a single handheld gimbal. No matter high perspective or low angle shots, lightweight mirrorless camera or a little heavier DSLR, the MOZA Air can adapt to your specific shooting scenario with two
handheld modes. Your handheld shooting experience is better than ever!
Mountable. Wide Adaptability.
A ¼’’ screw hole at the bottom of the handgrip offers expansion for your device. The gimbal can be mounted to a tripod, slider, jib, crane or anything else with universal connection.
360° Rotation For An Incredible
The slip-ring technology employed in the motors allows the gimbal to rotate 360 degrees on yaw, tilt, and roll axis settings, pushing the boundaries of your camera's movement. Now your camera can capture 360-degree panoramic videos from an immersive, wide-angle perspective.
Multiple Operation Modes
You can hold the MOZA Air gimbal in two different ways: upright and underslung. Switch freely between the two handheld modes to shoot from different angles. Four follow modes are available: yaw-follow, pitch-follow, yaw-pitch follow, and all-lock. Now your camera can smartly deal with every complicated shooting scenario. The auto-center shooting mode foregoes cumbersome adjustments and maximizes efficiency.
MOZA Assistant App
Simply connect your device via Bluetooth and launch the MOZA Assistant app. You can easily start tracking your shots, shoot motion time-lapse video, adjust parameters, make calibrations, wirelessly control the gimbal movements, and choose shooting modes, just by tapping your mobile or tablet.
Shoot Motion Time-Lapse With MOZA
Thanks to the motion control capabilities built in to the MOZA Assistant App, you can create smooth, dynamic time-lapse video on your smartphone or tablet. The humanized interval and duration settings make it easy to shoot the beautiful scene
of constant changes in air.