Moza Moin Review – A Gimbal Camera that could have been almost perfect…

From Techmoan.

This 4K60 pocket gimbal camera arrived just in time to accompany me on a short break. In this video you can see a full review of the camera as well as some of the video and photos I took on my travels around the U.K. On paper the camera appeared to be exactly what I needed…but life isn’t made of paper

00:00 Start & Specs
01:43 My kind of camera?
05:14 Demo footage
08:33 Controls & Menus
12:25 Photo ISSUES
12:50 Battery Life
13:15 Slo-mo
13:31 Time-lapse
15:13 Old eyes vs new cameras
17:17 Side by Side with DJI
17:36 Panorama ISSUES
18:51 The optional App
19:21 Volume ISSUES
21:59 Mic ISSUES
23:06 Indicator ISSUES
23:44 Fisheye ISSUES
24:32 Click ISSUES
25:21 USB socket ISSUES
25:43 Latch ISSUES
26:18 Jitter ISSUES
27:07 Harsh summary
28:05 Patreon Credits

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