MOZA 3-Axis DSLR Gimbal --- Capture the World

MOZA 3-Axis DSLR Gimbal
Las Vegas, Nevada
March 11, 2015 11:49pm CST
There are tons of gimbals on the market in the worldwide, how can MOZA 3-Axis Gimbal make itself stand out? I suggest you reading this article. MOZA 3-Axis DSLR Gimbal is a powerful but affordable 3-axis gimbal, custom designed and developed for cinematographers. MOZA brings you ultra stability footages. But beyond that, MOZA gimbal has two outstanding features, wireless video transmitter and wireless thumb controller, which largely improves the shooting efficiency and brings you unparalleled experiences. MOZA 3-axis gimbal is equipped with a wireless video transmitter, which paves the way of free movement in all directions for the gimbal (no cable interference). Multiple motors can link to the transmitter up to a range of 50 meters, thus allowing the director or secondary cinematographer to view the picture remotely. The multi-functional wireless thumb controller is capable of controlling the gimbal pan/tilt/roll directions, and the start/stop or focus adjustment of the camera rig. As a result, the camera man does not even have to touch the camera while shooting videos. Besides, MOZA custom designed processors and sensors adopt the latest advanced technology, which ensures the highest level of accuracy when shooting videos. Spec: Mechanical Performance weight 3.2kg Maximum Payload 4.5kg Dimensions 143mm × 222mm × 220mm Battery Life 2.5hrs Supported Cameras Canon: 1D4, 5D2, 5D3, 6D 7D, 60D, etc. Nikon:D800,D600 GH4,A7S BMCC, BMPCC Features Modes Pan Follow/Tilt Follow/ Lock Wireless Video Transmitter Yes. 5.8GB Band Wireless Thumb Controller Yes Pack MOZA Hand-Held Gimbal x1 Handle Bar x1 Thumb Controller x1 Tuning Stand x1 Charger x1 Intelligent Battery x1 Follow Focus Rod x2 MOZA 3-Axis Gimbal is now free worldwide shipping, log on the website for more information.
MOZA 3-axis handheld gimbal adopts the latest and advanced 3-axis gyroscope technology, which enables you shoot smooth and stable footage in extremely simple operation.
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