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Gudsen Moza Moin gimbal camera with touchscreen arrives in PH

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Thinking of stepping up your video production? Check out the new Gudsen Moza Moin, a gimbal camera that just arrived in the Philippines.

The Gudsen Moza Moin looks and works a lot like the DJI Osmo Pocket. But instead of a miniature screen, this one has a 2.45-inch touchscreen with a double-side overturn—quite reminiscent of dedicated video cameras.

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It comes with 3-axis motorized gimbal for stabilized videos. Great for action-packed shooting scenarios, handheld, adventures, and more. In-body buttons are easily reachable for intuitive controls.

The camera itself uses a 12-megapixel 1/2.3-inch sensor, which can shoot 12-megapixel images, 4K @ 60fps videos, and 8x slow motion. The lens itself is wide-angle with a 120-degree field-of-view.

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A 60-second long exposure mode is also present for low-light or night shots. A pair of microphones help capture stereo sound.

As per the company, the battery life can last for 145 minutes. It can then support up to 256GB of microSD card to store all your media on.

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Software features like face tracking, fast continuous shooting, panorama, and timelapse are also present. It’s also rigged with Intelligent Silent Transfer to send files to your smartphone and do quick edits with the MOZA Artist app.

The Gudsen Moza Moin is now available in the Philippines for Php14,500. You can get it through the company’s partner stores across the country.

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