Moza AirCross 3 Overview
With an updated compact and ergonomic design from its predecessor, the Moza AirCross 3 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer features enhanced battery life, updated OLED UI, a single start/stop/shutter button, a more durable metal construction, greater stability, enhanced manual control, and a foldable design. The AirCross 3 supports cameras that weigh up to 3.2 kg, which can be set up in different configurations: Classic mode, Sling mode, and Dual-Handle mode, and can be used with a grip extension such as the optional Slypod for a dolly effect.
The compact design allows you to fold down the gimbal to the size of an A4 piece of paper for easy storage and transport. Its lightweight but durable metal body allows you to create a variety of movements without much strain on your arms or hands. The improved integrated Spark Power Supply System 3.0 allows you to perform all-day time-lapses up to 19 hours using its integrated 3500mAh fast-charging battery. The battery takes only 1.4 hours to fully charge. The gimbal also features two USB Type-C ports to provide power output to your camera while charging the gimbal battery using an external power bank during operation. Two shoe mounts allow you to attach a variety of accessories, such as a light or microphone. Its three mounting threads allow you to mount extensions, tripods, and rigs onto the optional Slypod.
The AirCross 3 features a manual lock on each axis that makes balancing your camera easier. It also features stable subject tracking using intelligent face and body recognition, so following your subject is even easier than before. Hand gesture control allows you to start and stop your camera without trying to find the button. It also features four follow modes including pan follow, pan-tilt follow, FPV, and Sports Mode 2.0, which is an all-lock follow with five adjustable speeds. The companion iOS/Android smartphone app provides many creative features, including an AI calculation function that auto-tunes the gimbal by selecting optimal parameters based on the camera load.