Darren Miles recently published a detailed review of MOZA Air Gimbal Stabilizer. It begins with an entertaining trampoline test then goes to explore how it compares to Zhiyun Crane, some history of the gimbal, operating specs, features of the accompanying app like timelapse, and then his impressive footage results! Big thank you to Darren Miles for this incredibly detailed and informative review.
MOZA Air is a lightweight (2.4 lbs/1.1kgs) gimbal stabilizer designed for all mirrorless and most DSLR cameras.
MOZA Air offers cinematic freedom that even Zhiyun Crane or Ronin-M can't. With the ability for full 360 barrel shots, MOZA Air lets a user rotate the camera 360 degrees on yaw, tilt, and roll axes making it free to capture 360-degree panoramic videos. Users can also create breathtaking motion timelapse videos effortlessly with MOZA Air and the Assistant App.
The MOZA Air can be held in a few different ways: upright and underslung. Switch freely between the two handheld modes or shoot from a variety of different angles. Four filming modes are available: yaw-follow, pitch-follow, yaw-pitch follow, and all-lock. No matter how complicated the shooting scenario, the MOZA Air has the right filming mode for the job!