28 March 2021, Kathmandu
MOZA AirCross 2 is now officially available in Nepal. Infocom Solutions Pvt Ltd (ISPL), the official distributor of MOZA Gimbals launches few handheld gimbals from MOZA including the AirCross 2 in Nepal.
In the world of handheld gimbals, MOZA AirCross 2 is a lightweight gimbal with a max payload of 3.2kg only. AirCross 2 is a 3-axis motorized gimbal with a 3-axis lock system.
The Moza AirCross 2 offers a sleek and ergonomic look and feel while still providing cutting-edge improvements in many other areas. The AirCross 2 has an angled motor arm that prevents the LCD from being obscured during service, allowing for a better view of the camera LCD.
To improve stability, the camera is also positioned closer to the tilt motor. Furthermore, a dedicated bracket allows the camera to be easily moved between portrait and landscape modes. There’s an FPV mode that allows full-range 360° synchronous movement across all 3 motors.
AirCross 2 supports most of the mirror-less and DSLR cameras on the market. It can be controlled through smartphones with mimic motion control.
|Number of Axes||3-Axis (Pitch, Roll, Yaw)|
|Dimensions||240 x 170 x 390 mm|
|Weight||950g, 1.05kg (With battery)|
|Wireless Protocol||Bluetooth (Unspecified Type), Wi-Fi (Unspecified Type)|
|Connectivity (Ports)||1 x USB Type-C, 3 x CAN|
|Battery Runtime||12 Hours|
MOZA AirCross 2 costs Rs. 59,800 in Nepal and is available to buy on daraz.