There is a certain sense of Déjà vu about the Moin Camera, as users of DJI will attest. Yet the Moin Camera is looking to make a distinct claim to that space with features like an articulating screen, 3-axis stabilization and 4K video capture. There is a very clear audience here, vloggers, casual and otherwise, and those who want to upgrade from exclusively using their smartphones to record content.
While Moza is generally associated with professional camera gimbals, like the AirCross and the SlyPod, the Moin Camera sees it stepping into the vlogging space. The Moin Camera has a 1/2.3-inch sensor and, using a full-frame equivalent 14mm f/2.2 lens with a 120-degree field of view, can capture 12-megapixel photos, 4K video footage at up to 60 frames per second and offer up to 8x slow-motion. From a stills perspective, the camera’s shutter speed ranges from 60 seconds to 1/8000 of a second, while ISO ranges from 100 to 3200. Settings can be changed using the built-in 2.45-inch articulating touch screen.
Shooting options include single shot, panorama, static lapse, motion lapse and hyperlapse. The camera also offers face tracking and fast continuous shooting which claims to deliver 9 images with one click. In terms of battery life, the brand claims 145 minutes of battery life, with 90 minutes to be fully charged using fast-charge.
A key aspect here is the Moza Artist app, which offers quick edit options with various filters, effects, music and more, with the ability to export the footage.
The Moza Moin Camera is currently available for $299 on Moza’s online store.