Gudsen debuted its MOZA AirCross 2 gimbal at NAB 2019, back in April. Today, it has announced availability to the public. Weighing in at two pounds, its motor boasts an impressive 3.18kg (7lb) payload capacity making it capable of handling most mirrorless and DSLR cameras on the market. A larger mounting space means cameras can be attached from either the left or right side of the device.

One of the most significant standout features is the AirCross 2's ability to carry a 7-pound payload.

Equipped with a 3000mAh high-capacity battery, the MOZA AirCross 2 can be operated up to 12 hours at a time before needing to be recharged. With an 18 watt charger, getting it back up and running takes a quick 1.5 hours. Its 3 Multi-CAN outputs, with a 7.8V power supply, can also charge cameras and other accessories.

The MOZA AirCross 2 has a single handle, 3-axis motorized gimbal. The lock design saves time by offering custom balancing configurations. There are three modes available for photographers and videographers to maximize their productivity. Inception Mode 3.0 offers up automatic rotation, speed adjustment, and angle control. There is no need to manually control the joystick while shooting. FPV mode full-range, 360° synchronous movement across all 3 motors. Sport mode makes it easier to capture action and fast motion with ease.

The new Quick Control via Smart Wheel allows users to control and toggle between six items:

  • Follow focus 1
  • Follow focus 2
  • Electronic focus
  • Precision wheel movement for tilt
  • Precision movement for roll
  • Precision movement for pan
You can control the movement of MOZA AirCross 2 through the device via your phone thanks to the internal somatosensory switch. Each axis can be independently controlled to mimic the movement from your smartphone.

Smartphones can be mounted above the camera giving users a better interface to view what they're filming. With the free App, the smartphone view can coordinate with the camera and offer features such as object tracking and adjusting gimbal sensitivity for more customized shots. Each axis can be independently controlled to mimic the movement of your smartphone.

Instagram and Facebook Stories have made portrait mode more popular than ever. The L bracket allows and easy transition between horizontal and vertical mode. The AirCross 2 comes in two colors: black and white. It is also available for sale in two versions: Standard version with $429, and Professional kit with $499 which has three more items than standard version: Arca-Swiss Quick release Plate, Phone Holder, and iFocus-M.