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4 hours ago, anonim said:

I'll get in wednesday Moza Air Cross - it has interesting unique feature of expandable plate space, so I'm curious if P4K can fit in it without additional accessories. Strange, I didn't yet manage to find anywhere if somebody has that gimbal working with P4K. Although it has 1.6kg payload, it is still enough for that camera and yet very light (under 1kg). Air Cross could supply power for GH5 or Sony cameras via dumb battery,  and I think that the same easy could be possible with P4K and Canon LP6 with maybe just changing jack in... I bought it for Micro cinema camera so will see...

I'm also interested in the Moza AirCross. Here the P4K is listed in "Supported Cameras". Let us know your take on it.

(And the new announced Moza AirCross 2 sounds interesting, too. Except its details are not known yet.)

 

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Ronin S: heavy (1.8 Kg); Moza Air 2: heavy (1.6 Kg); Moza AirCross: light (0.9 Kg); Moza AirCross 2: light (0.95 Kg). All work or could work with the P4K. - And my own disclamer: I rarely use gimbals, only when absolutely necessary; they are generally PITA and waste of time; I always prefer some shoulder rig, ENG style, when weight is expected and even welcome (gives more stability).

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On 11/18/2019 at 4:26 PM, Slothorp said:

You can perfectly balance it on the Zhiyun weebill S with just a counterweight. It even works with a heavy lens such as this combo : metabones speed booster + canon fd 35mm + iscorama 36.

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I have the weebill s with Panasonic S1 24-105 Firmware 1.93 and the roll axis wobble in all setups. You have noticed this with the older firmwares ?

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Indeed. Other users have complained about it, gotten a bigger backpack and replaced by the more or less equally light AirCross 2 contender : ) take a look on the YT page comments section:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxWZrKkHKVY

Some other comments of different nature in this another YT page too:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBbI2Bwcsd0

 

 

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3 hours ago, Emanuel said:

Indeed. Other users have complained about it, gotten a bigger backpack and replaced by the more or less equally light AirCross 2 contender : ) take a look on the YT page comments section:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxWZrKkHKVY

Some other comments of different nature in this another YT page too:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBbI2Bwcsd0

 

 

Yes, but weebill s have some advantage over moza aircross 2 using S1: size, instant underslung mode, no need of L-bracket, direct charge...i hope that next firmware bring better stability, because first testers don' t had this problems...

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