Supports Cameras and Lens up to 3.0kg Including Mirrorless, Common DSLRs and Canon 5DⅢ;
Keeps Balance in the Inverted Mode without Tuning Stand;
Three Operation Modes: Underslung, Upright and Briefcase;
Quick Release System with Detachable Handle Bar;
Equipped with a Multiple-function Wireless Thumb Controller;
Remotely monitor real-time footage;
MOZA Lite 2 Pro Overview
The MOZA Lite 2 Pro Handheld Gimbal is a camera stabilization system designed for professional filmmaking and amateur video shooting to capture smooth footage. With only 1.9Kg weight and maximum payload of 3.0kg, the gimbal can support a variety of cameras, ranging from mirrorless cameras to common DSLRs includingSony a7S, Panasonic GH4, BMPCC and Canon 5D Ⅲ .
MOZA uses built-in sensors and 3 brushless motors working on 3 axes to control the movements of pitch, tilt and roll of the camera for ultimate stabilization. The accuracy can reach up to the range of 0.02 degree.
The users can hold the gimbal in three different modes: underslung, upright and briefcase for different shooting scenarios. In addition to handheld operation, the gimbal can be used in other shooting platforms. Once removing the detachable handle bar, you can mount the MOZA to a tripod, rig, crane, and drone.
Fast & Tool-less Setup
The operator can easily set up the gimbal and quickly attach the camera to it in three minutes due to the tool-less design.
No tuning stand needed! The free-standing design offers cinematographers the ability to balance the gimbal in the inverted mode!
Wide Cameras Compatibility
With only 1.9kg weight and a max payload of 3.0kg, MOZA Lite can works well with a wide range of cameras and lens from mirrorless cameras to common DSLRs like Sony a7S, Panasonic GH4, BMPCC and Canon 5D Mark III, etc.
Multiple-function Wireless Thumb Controller
Designed with a clear OLED display, this multi-functional accessory enables the operator to start
/stop recording, control the gimbal movements, and access to the presetting of calibration and the control of some camera lens focus.
Three Operation Modes
Operators can hold the gimbal in any of three different operation modes: upright, briefcase, and underslung for different shooting scenarios. The upright mode is also the default standard mode that is suitable for shooting at or above eye level. Underslung mode is used when the gimbal is mounted to a drone.
Quick Release System
The top handle bar is detachable that when removing it from the gimbal, you can mount the MOZA Lite to other video shooting platforms like a tripod, crane, rig and drone.