Moza Mini MX 2
T3 India|November 2021
This upgraded version of Moza Mini MX is perfect for explorers, adventurers, and creators
GAUTAM DOSHI

₹9,990, gudsen.com

The Moza Mini MX 2 is a three-axis stabilisation gimbal and is built very similar to the Mini MX. The gimbal is made of plastic from top to bottom and the body feels solid and durable and provides a premium feel with its smooth finish. Like its predecessor, the Mini MX 2 also has a tripod thread at the base of the expanded interface. This can also be used as a second grip when in motion, bringing an extra element of stabilisation. The gimbal weighs 505g with the 80g tripod attached, and it can support smartphones weighing up to 280g. For this review, we used the Google Pixel 4a which weighs just under 150g.

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