MOZA Air Vs. MOZA AirCross Gimbal Comparison Video

A little confused as whether to choose MOZA Air or MOZA AirCross as your next handheld gimbal? This video is great at explaining the perks and strengths of both gimbals to help you understand which will work best for you! 
 
 
MOZA Aircross is a great choice to grab and go to your next location thanks to its small, lightweight size! With a payload of 4lbs/1.8kg, it works with all mirrorless cameras and compact systems plus it features a 12 hour battery life! 

  MOZA AirCross works to save filmmakers time by offering a quick release plate that fits any quick release plate from 50.5mm to 55mm. This includes the Manfrotto and Arca plates, meaning that a user can easily switch their camera on and off the gimbal quickly without having to rebalance it every time.

  The AirCross amazingly can charge your camera while you shoot for endless battery life! (Battery adapter sold seperately.) It also features timelapse technology, mimic motion control from the MOZA thumb controller (sold separately,) 4 filming modes, auto-tuning, and MOZA App assistance. The MOZA App can be used to set parameter adjustments, sensor calibration, gimbal control, mode selection, firmware upgrading, and more!

   MOZA AirCross is available now for $419!

 MOZA Air is a gimbal stabilizer designed for mirrorless and DSLR cameras and has a maximum payload of 5.5lbs\2.5 kgs.  The Air works with the Sony a7 and a6000 line, Panasonic GHx, Blackmagic Cinema and Pocket, Canon’s smaller DSLR’s like the Rebels and 5D, and more. Basically, If the camera and lens combo comes in at or under 5.5lbs\2.5 kgs you’re good to go!
 A useful feature is that the Air provides camera body and lens specific PID tuning meaning an operator can skip over the difficult learning curve of PID tuning and focus on filming. The MOZA Air kit includes a travel friendly stabilizer support with dual handgrips all for just $599. 
Enjoy!
-Guru