Leica M on MOZA AirCross Gimbal

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Leica M on MOZA AirCross gimbal

Recently purchased Moza AirCross gimbal to accompany my Leica M and Leica D-Lux 109 for a motion video projects. I can only say it works extremely well. While in camera stabilization is useful, it really cannot compare with the gimbal's ability to compensate for walking and running motion. Mounting and adjusting the Moza AirCross was very easy. Used to operating it took some testing but in an hour all is well. I love the fact that it has 5 different modes and recently Moza added 2 more with a firmware update. Brilliant thing for video bloggers and any video project that will require motion with the camera.

The 4 modes to unleash your creativity are:

  • Interception mode (360 degrees rotation)
  • Sport mode with fast response on turns
  • Yaw follow mode
  • Yaw and Pitch mode which follows your left and right motion and the handle's angle position controls the pitch
  • All locked which is locked to the initial position no matter how you twist or turn the handle
  • Roll follow
  • Inverted mode

The gimbal supports up to 1.8 Kg of load. Gudsen accompany the gimbal with iOS app that helps you with slow motions and response time and so much more. Auto calibration is very useful. The iOS app also had a log exposure motion time-lapse too. When you think about it the gimbal is a perfect tripod too with wireless motion head.

There are plenty of videos from Moza on how to do the balancing so I am not going to record one. It is absolutely the same procedure for all type of cameras but if you have any specific questions feel free to contact me.
  •  Leica M on MOZA AirCross gimbal

    Leica M on MOZA AirCross gimbal

  •  Leica M on MOZA AirCross gimbal

    Leica M on MOZA AirCross gimbal

  •  Leica M on MOZA AirCross gimbal

    Leica M on MOZA AirCross gimbal

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