Moza Mini-P Foldable Gimbal

Gudsen MOZA today launched the MOZA Mini-P, a foldable, versatile and easy-to-use 3-axis stabilizer compatible with multiple devices, such as smartphones, action cameras, compact cameras, and lightweight mirrorless cameras.

With a maximum payload of 900g (1.98 lbs), up to 20 hours running time, enhanced camera control, and advanced shooting modes, the MOZA Mini-P is a perfect gimbal for traveling, adventuring, filmmaking, or just capturing everyday life.

The Mini-P primarily designed for smaller devices such as smartphones and action camera, however, it can handle a payload up to 900g (1.98 lbs) and could also be used with compact mirrorless cameras, for example, a Sony a7 series with the Samyang AF 35mm f/2.8 FE lens will make the cut.

Compact & Foldable

The foldable design allows Mini-P to be reduced in size to make it easier to pack and travel with. It can easily fit into a backpack, a day bag, or even a car glove box, and can be taken anywhere.

The MOZA Mini-P features various advanced shooting modes such as inception mode, FPV mode, and sport gear mode. Use inception mode to create the tumbling camera shot, FPV mode to focus the camera on you, or sport gear mode to capture sports or fast motion type shots.

Enhanced Camera Control 

The enhanced camera control system allows your camera to be connected and controlled by the MOZA Mini-P. Use the controls built into the Mini-P’s handle to start recording a video or adjust camera settings. From your fingertips capture smooth and stable video with the MOZA Mini-P.

An interesting feature is the option to shoot vertical video with quick switching between the horizontal and vertical shooting modes, just use the quick release to adjust the position of the L-Bracket for a Live stream or Instagram story.

Pricing and availability

The MOZA Mini-P retails for $199 and will be available for pre-order on MOZA Official Store and retail stores including B&H.

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