New MOZA AirCross Gimbal for Mirrorless Camera from Gudsen

Gudsen have released a new single handheld gimbal designed for mirrorless cameras called the MOZA AirCross. Let’s see how it compares and what new features it brings to the table.

Feature Overview

  • Maximum Payload: 1.8kg (3.9lbs)
  • Quick Release (Manfrotto/Arca Swiss compatible)
  • DC port to connect a coupler dummy battery for Sony & Panasonic GH cameras
  • Mimic Control
  • Motion Timelapse

What’s included?

  • AirCross Gimbal
  • Handgrip
  • 3x 26350 Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • Camera Control Cables (for Sony and Panasonic)
  • USB Cable
  • Screw
  • Quick Release Plate
  • Tripod
  • Carrying Case

Mimic Control

By mounting the Moza Wireless Thumb Controller (sold separately) onto the dual handlebar accessory, users can use the Mimic feature which acts as a controller for the gimbal. We have seen this technology from Freefly Systems for their MōVI gimbals but not in smaller single handheld gimbals.

Motion Timelapse

Fine-tuning, controlling & updating firmware can all be done using the MOZA Assistant App available for iOS & Android devices. The app can also be used as a time-lapse controller. Using a USB cable to trigger the camera, the app can set specific key points for the 3-axes as well as camera parameters such as the shutter interval & duration.

How much is it and how does it compare?

With the gimbal market becoming more crowded, and now with DJI entering the space with their upcoming Ronin-S, the benchmark for gimbal design, performance, and quality in software control will get even higher.

The MOZA AirCross retails for $419 USD and is available to ship.

If you are considering to purchase a gimbal, also consider the newly announced Zhiyun Crane Plus ($569 USD) and other gimbals from iKan, Came-TV & more.

Camera store GripUp also have their handy gimbal buying tool to look up the total weight of your camera & lens.


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