Moza AirCross S: The Swiss Army Knife of Gimbals
Over the past four years, Gudsen Moza has steadily improved upon its professional AirCross gimbal series. The mighty AirCross S continues the trend of being smaller and even more versatile. It can accommodate a wide range of camera devices and even more simultaneously.
If you are tired of trying to walk around with your camera, holding it still but ending up with shaky YouTube footage, then you should probably get a gimbal. Not long ago, gimbals were mainly for the cinema industry, also heavy and expensive video rigs. Now they’ve come down in size and price, becoming available for prosumer videographers. The Moza AirCross S gimbal brings smooth, handheld cinematic shots to content creators who use mirrorless and compact cameras in combination with their smartphone or 360° action cam without exceeding a total weight of 1800 grams (3.96 pounds).
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