Final Thoughts & Conclusion
As a photography enthusiast, I’m very pleased with my experience with the Moza Air 2. Gusden took everything I loved about the original Moza Air and amplified it tenfold. Lowering the roll axis was, in my opinion, the best decision made with regards to the design of the Moza Air 2. It not only looks better, but it gives the Moza Air 2 better functionality when compared to the original Moza Air.
The build quality has also been improved upon when compared to the Moza Air. The Moza Air 2 is far sturdier than the original. Even the case is better constructed, internally at least. I would have personally preferred a hard case for the Moza Air 2, much like the case for the Moza Air. That being said, I live the internals of the case for the Moza Air 2. Each of the several accessories has its own pouch. This makes it easier when setting up as everything should be in its home and easier when breaking down, as everything has its home.
The Moza Air 2 opens up a whole new world to photography and cinematography alike. With the Moza Air 2, you can get shoot everything slow-motion shots to fast pace action and get smooth footage every time. In fact, my b-roll footage has never looked so buttery smooth as it has when using the Moza Air 2. If you’re at all serious about film making, the Moza Air 2 can bring your film making to the next level, without breaking the bank. At the time of this review, you can get the Moza AIR 2, with Moza iFocus M Wireless Focus Motor on Adorama.com for only $499.99. an over $700 value. If you’re a YouTuber, a film student or just a hardcore camera enthusiast, the Moza Air 2 is a must-have.