The brand Gudsen recently launched the new gimbal MOZA Mini-P, which, according to its description, can be used with any device – from smartphones to steel and mirorless cameras. It has three axles, foldable and promises up to 20 hours of battery life.
The MOZA Mini-P appears to have been designed primarily for content creators who work in low light and still want good stabilization for small cameras. In this sense, it has a payload (how much weight it supports) of 130-900g, being able to handle heavy cameras like the Sony A7 series and even allowing it to be mounted vertically to record stories on the cell phone, for example.
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On charging, it uses power supply via USB type C, and supports the use of 5V and 9V power inputs at up to 2 Amps for faster charging.
A prototype of the new MOZA gimbal was shown for the first time in September last year, at the Beijing International Radio, TV and Cinema Exhibition (BIRTV). The expectation was that it would be launched shortly after the event, but it took so long to have official specifications.
The MOZA Mini-P is now available for $ 199 (about R $ 1,170 in direct conversion) by the official Gudsen store and other resellers should appear at B&H. Shipping will start in the coming weeks.