The Moza Guru 360 Air gimbal for professional VR cameras will be shipping soon (November 2017), so the team behind the new gimbal has shared a number of videos showing users how to set up the counterweights for various professional 360 cameras.
The 3-axis handheld stabilizer has a narrow design to limit the gimbal’s intrusion into your 360 shot and can support cameras weighing up to 3.3 pounds, including the Insta360 Pro, Obsidian, Z Cam S1, the GoPro Omni and Vuze.
The gimbal can be controlled via the Moza Assistant App, and can be turned, calibrated and more at a distance. The app also has a motion timelapse mode with which users can select intervals and duration for 360-degree motion timelapses.
The Moza Guru 360 Air has between 6 and 8 hours of battery life, and its 1/4-inch mount on the side of the handle can accommodate an external battery pack to charge the gimbal as you use it.
There’s also a 1/4-inch mount at the bottom of the handgrip to mount the gimbal on tripods, sliders, cranes, drone and more.
The Moza Guru 360 Air will be available in early November 2017, and more details and specifications will be available soon.