Gudsen, the manufacturer behind the MOZA Air handheld gimbal has released a new firmware update that introduces “Wing” technology, Auto-Tune ability, real-time calibration and new Roll-follow mode to the MOZA Air.
Here is what you get with the new firmware update:
The new Wing technology uses an advanced control algorithm that controls quick-response motors and provides more precise control and stabilization performance.
Auto-Tune via the MOZA App / Real Time Calibration
Use the MOZA app’s built-in auto-tune feature to automatically find the optimal parameters for the MOZA Air.
After balancing, tap the auto-tune button and it will automatically set-up the best configuration based on the total weight mounted on the gimbal.
Advanced algorithm and firmware technology built-in the IMU now provides real-time sensor calibration that works by adjusting any gyroscope drifting automatically and helps to reduce the need for manual calibration via the MOZA software or App.
Capture cinematic videos and create professional film productions with the MOZA Air. The 3-axis handheld gimbal has been designed to carry all mirrorless cameras and DSLRs, delivering smooth and stable shots for more professional cinematography.
Roll-Follow Mode / Mimic Motion Control
The new Roll-follow controls can be activated using either the hand-grip joystick or optional thumb controller (sold separately).
When attached to the handles, the thumb controller also allows for mimic motion capture up to 50 meters away by utilizing a built-in gyro and accelerometer sensor. When in this mode the gimbal will mimic any movements made with the thumb controller.
Also published on Medium.