Gudsen MOZA AirCross
If you need to create smooth, cinematic camera
movements, this compact stabilizer can support
cameras weighing under 4 pounds. It has a DC
power output connector so you can add battery
packs to deliver extra juice to your camera. The
AirCross also has a DC input, so you can add
extra power to prolong the gimbal’s life as well.
Even without extra batteries, the AirCross can
operate for up to 12 hours on its rechargeable
lithium-ion batteries. It ships with a universal
quick-release plate and is compatible with plates
ranging in size from 50. 5 to 55mm. You can
operate the gimbal with one hand or attach the
optional two-handed mount for greater control.
A companion smartphone app lets you auto-tune the gimbal and also supports time-lapse
recording, remote operation and shooting mode
selection. Re-centering the camera is as easy as
pushing a button.
Rethink the way you frame and hang photographs.
With the magnaframe system, you can create a
wall-spanning gallery in your space. The frames are
ringed with neodymium magnets—the strongest
magnet you can buy—so you can customize
how you arrange your images. You start with an
anchor frame that has a built-in level and screws
for mounting to the wall; subsequent frames will
click together, edge to edge. The initial frames can
accommodate 4. 25 x 3.5-, 4 x 4- and 2. 1 x 3.4-inch
print sizes, and the company says larger frame
options are in the works. The magnaframes are
available in either white or black.
$50 (pack of six)