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Press Release: Gudsen Introduces Moza Air 2 Gimbal



As technology advances and new motorized gimbals are being released. Ever since the release of the Zhiyun Crane 2 offering the ability to carry 3.2kg payload, the competition to one up each other is heating up. Gudsen released the MOZA Air to match it, followed by DJI's Ronin-S, which can handle 3.6kg with new angled motor placement. Now, Gudsen has announced the new MOZA Air 2 which takes a whopping 4.2kg.


The new MOZA Air 2 weighs 1.4kg itself and is 100g lighter than the DJI Ronin-S (reviewers have said that the Ronin-S is a heavy gimbal), while the Crane 2 is 1.25kg. The 1.4kg MOZA Air 2 is heavier than its predecessor which weighed in at 1.1kg.

In addition to load capacity, the MOZA Air 2 has increased battery life over the MOZA Air going from 12 hours to 16 hours on a single charge. The gimbal can also power Nikon, Canon, Sony and Panasonic cameras as well. There is also a follow focus wheel on the MOZA Air 2 which seems to a standard these days. And it also comes with 8 follow modes. It seems like they're rather accurate, too, claiming a 0.05-0.1° deviation when in motion, and 0.01-0.03° deviation when static.


There's built in Bluetooth, 2.4Ghz wireless, and a USB Type-C socket. As with most gimbals these days, it utilizes the popular Manfrotto 501PL style tripod plate and will be compatible with MOZA wireless control system (iFOCUS, remote controller and thumb controller).

I have been following Gudsen's Instagram page where they have been posting teasers. Once it was revealed that it was the MOZA Air 2, they teased about pricing...the pricing is $599! It will be available for purchase starting today, September 17.

Overall, it seems like the MOZA Air 2 should be pretty solid and very heavy duty upgrade over its predecessor. There’s no word on a price or exact release date yet, but if you want to find out more, head on over to the Gudsen website.

In the mean time, take a look at our MOZA Air video and our review. We're going to try and get one to bring you a full unboxing and overview of the new gimbal.


Continue reading for full press release.

SHENZHEN, China, Sept. 10, 2018 -- With the ever-evolving innovation in the camera stabilization world, Gudsen's MOZA line of stabilizers continues to deliver. In keeping the "high quality, high performance and perfect design" as the brand's motto, Gudsen is proud to announce the release of MOZA Air2! The upgraded MOZA Air2, from the ever popular MOZA Air, including an increase in payload which is up to 9 lbs (4.2kg) while having additional features such as the brand new MOZA SPARK power supply system, smart time-lapse, intelligent operations and many others. Giving you the freedom to create.

With a battery life of 16 hours, MOZA Air2 should last for a day, however, if users feel the need for more power, they can power the MOZA Air2 with any power bank through its USB-type C port. MOZA Air2 also includes multiple ports to power additional devices such as an external monitor, LED lights or others. Or by using its optional Dummy Battery system for Sony and Panasonic cameras, users can leave the visual creative tool for days, making impressive time-lapse videos.

With comprehensively upgraded time-lapse functions, up to 20 optimizations can help users easily film various personalized and professional types of time-lapses such as motion-lapse, tracking time-lapse, zoom time-lapse and so on. Inspiration are easily captured by the MOZA Air2!

MOZA Air2 includes a new app that will feature professional photo and video settings such as for object tracking, panorama, time-lapse, motion-lapse, and others; as well as use the built-in panel with buttons on the handgrip to control camera's focus, zoom, view photos, ISO, shutter, EV, and white balance. A future release with optional accessories allows users to use the MOZA Air2's follow focus (iFOCUS) separately on a gimbal or devices, making easy for quickly setup in different environment without the need to spend more.

MOZA Air2 also includes three main shooting modes: the Inception Mode, the Sport Gear Mode and the Wheel Mode, which will give users the creative innovation for filmmaking or videographers in various professions (corporate, wedding, events, and others) to continue falling in love with the MOZA Brand. The Inception Mode features 360° rotation of the pan axis giving users the first viewing angle and the sense of time travel. The Sport Gear Mode can catch any subtle movement without delay and achieve amazing scene transitions to bring an excellent experience. While the Wheel Mode allows the MOZA Air2 to reach visual new heights.

MOZA Air2 comes with mechanical memory quick release system, which can help move the camera among different fixtures without rebalancing. Only adjust once at the start and users are set to go!

When combined with iFOCUS (optional), MOZA Air2 can help users realize Auto Focus Shifting, Auto Zoom and Auto-Tuning for optimal performance, reducing the inconvenience of readjusting. In addition, the MOZA Air2 features a visually identifiable balancing information that will help guide users to adjust the gimbal to the optimal balancing parameters. This will save a lot of time and energy to open up more possibilities and create more.

MOZA Air2 includes a newly designed versatile and adaptable modular ecosystem to allow filmmakers to operate in whatever way is most productive for them. This means users can utilize the MOZA thumb controller, iFOCUS, camera cage, camera backpack, dual handle to distribute control of gimbal pointing and camera controls in whatever way makes sense.

Dedicated to providing a tool for creative freedom, Gudsen's MOZA brand is the power horse of the industry of professional camera stabilization systems, a favorite brand choice raised to the occasion within a short few years. Gudsen's founder leads the young and energetic team to innovate and explore more possibilities of content creation. Invented for video.

To know more about MOZA Air2: https://www.gudsen.com/moza-air-2
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