MOZA Air 2 4-Axis Electronic Gimbal Stabilizer for Mirrorless and DSLR Cameras with Hard Shell Shock-Resistant Case (Max Payload: 4.2kg/9.0lbs)
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Underslung Mode is great for capturing shot from low angles and especially useful at canceling out the rise and fall of walking. I am also wondering how the gimbal is able to power the BMPCC 4K since the input voltage is 12V. But it also says in the specs: We call this vertical mode. Most users will typically hold the gimbal in this position for the majority of shots.
MOZA Air 2 4-Axis Electronic Gimbal Stabiliser for Mirrorless
When balancing a camera with a flip out monitor, balance the gimbal with monitor in the operator’s desired position.Just to follow up: I did run my vmount straight into the Moza's power port. It powered the gimbal, the cam, the T5 all evening and the vmount battery level didn't drop 1 notch. Smallrig makes a vmount belt clip although I just grabbed a tool belt clip at Home Depot and mounted it to my vmount plate. I would suggest using a safety cable with the battery though. I dropped mine during a take. Face palm.
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Variable-Speed Timelapse Allows a user to program a path where the gimbal can adjust is movement speed.Unboxing and Getting Know your MOZA Air 2: Accessories that come with the MOZA Air 2, Optional accessories, Identifying features of the gimbal.
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mwalker1000 wrote:I have a Moza Air 2 and power the 4k from the gimbal's 12V-out near the camera mount. I never keep the battery in the camera when I power from the gimbal to prevent the gimbal from trying to charge it and therefore placing an additional power demand on the gimbal. No problems so far. I also tried controlling stop/start (recording) from the Gimbal via the USB-C on the BMCC 4K using this cable: I have read comments in this forum that "the Moza Air 2 ..... provides 16.8V of power to the BMPCC 4K...."This is not necessarily a camera issue. I just would need to know the basic info about the power-out ports of Moza Air 2. And I’m wondering why are you so resistant to tell it. This knob adjusts for the vertical position of camera’s center of mass. Note most first time gimbal users improperly balance this axis. DO NOT leave this adjustment in the lowest position.