Gudsen has announced the the Moza Moin Camera, price tag $299, a new 4K pocket gimbal camera offering 3-axis stabilisation and a flip-out screen.
This is the first pocket camera from the Chinese gimbal maker and looks set to challenge the ever-popular DJI Osmo Pocket 2. Inside the Moin Camera is a 1/2.3-inch 12-megapixel sensor that can record 4K video at up to 60fps. The Moza Moin can also shoot slow motion videos in HD at 240fps.
As for stills, the camera can shoot both JPEGs and DNG Raw in 12-megapixel resolution. The camera can also shoot stills at shutter speeds ranging from 1/8000sec up to 60secs.
When filming, the Moin Camera offers modes such as Face Tracking, First Person View, Panorama and Time-Lapse. You can also use its Intelligent Silent Transfer mode to speed up the transfer time when importing footage from the camera to your smart device.
One feature that sets the Moin Camera apart from competitors like the Osmo Pocket 2 or Snoppa VMate is its 2.45-inch articulating touchscreen. This should appeal to vloggers.
Other features include built-in stereo microphones with noise reduction, Gudsen’s Deep Red anti-shake algorithm and integrated Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity.
The Moza Moin Camera weighs just 176g and promises a running time of 145 minutes on a single charge of its internal batter.
The Gudsen Moza Moin Camera price tag is $299 and is available now from Gudsen’s website.