Moza Guru360 Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer for 360° Cameras

Moza Guru360 Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer for 360° Cameras

Moza Guru360 Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer for 360° Cameras

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Moza Guru360 Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer for 360° Cameras

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Product Highlights

  • Unobstructed Camera View
  • Capture Smooth, Steady Shots
  • Easier Stitching (for Multiple Cameras)
  • 5-Way Analog Joystick
  • 3 Filming Modes: Follow, Lock, Head Lock
  • Auto Inversion
  • Includes iOS Remote Mobile App
  • 1/4"-20 Threaded Hole on Gimbal Handle
  • 4-8 Hour Battery
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Moza Guru 360 overview

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The Moza Guru360 is a 3-axis handheld gimbal stabilizer for 360° cameras. Designed with the tilt and roll motors in places that won't obstruct the camera's view, the Guru360 overcomes the major challenge in stabilizing 360° cameras. The Guru360 enables you to keep your 360° camera's horizon level stable, capturing smooth shots and highly enhancing immersive 360° videos. The added stability also makes stitching easier when using multiple cameras.

The Guru360 features a 5-way analog joystick on the gimbal handle, and offers three different filming modes: follow, lock, and head lock. It also comes with an iOS mobile app (free download) that allows you to control it remotely from an iPhone/iPad. The Guru360 handle has a 1/4"-20 threaded mounting hole on the bottom for attaching to monopods and other supports, and the app will let you operate the filming modes remotely when using the Guru360 mounted on such supports.

The supplied battery lasts 4-8 hours, depending on use. Other accessories, included counterweights, are also provided.

Key Features
  • 3-axis handheld gimbal stabilizer for 360° cameras
  • Unobstructed camera view thanks to the positioning of the tilt and roll motors
  • 0.55 lb payload
  • Capture smooth shots
  • Enjoy easier stitching when using multiple cameras
  • 5-way analog joystick
  • 3 different filming modes: follow, lock, and head lock
  • Auto inversion
  • Includes iOS mobile app (works via built-in Bluetooth)
  • 1/4"-20 threaded mounting hole on the bottom of the handle
  • 4 to 8-hour battery
  • Built-in encoder motors
  • Pre-calibrated
  • Tool-free adjustment
Supported Cameras
The following are some of the 360° cameras that the Guru360 supports:
  • Xiaomi MiJia 360° Spherical Panoramic Camera
  • Garmin VIRB 360
  • YI 360 VR Camera
  • Samsung Gear 360
  • New Samsung Gear 360
  • Nikon Keymission 360 and 170
  • Theta S and Theta SC from Ricoh
  • Dual Kodak PixPro SP360
  • LG 360 Cam
  • Casio EX-FR200
  • 360Fly Action Camera
  • Vuze
  • Giroptic IO
  • Insta360 Nano
  • Andoer 360 All Viewer

 

UPC: 756790321244
In the Box
Moza Guru360 Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer for 360° Cameras
  • 18650 Lithium Battery
  • 18650 Battery Charger
  • Battery Box
  • Set of Counterweights
  • Micro-USB Cable
  • Allen Key
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Moza Guru 360 specs

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    Number of Axes 3-Axis
    Load Capacity 0.55 lb / 250 g
    Battery
    Battery Type 1 x 18650
    Capacity (mAh) 2600 mAh
    Battery Runtime 4 to 8 Hours
    Voltage 3.7 VDC
    General
    Mounting 1 x 1/4"-20 Female Thread
    Dimensions Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight 9.4 oz / 266 g
    14.7 oz / 416 g (with Handlebar and Battery)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.2 x 6.1 x 2.8"

    Moza Guru 360 reviews

    Guru360 Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer for 360° Cameras is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stabilizes just about anything just need to balance it Surprisingly strong stabilizer that can also support my gopro or iPhone 7Plus. Mostly use the Guru 360 with a Yi 360 Camera.
    Date published: 2018-01-17
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from A few issues, but overall does the job. Overall this gimbal is decent. Once it is calibrated and set up for your specific 360 camera, it does an excellent job of smoothing things out, giving your videos a nice fluid feel. Build quality is decent, mostly aluminum with several plastic caps and composite parts. We did have one of the plastic caps on a pivot point continually fall off during a shoot, this exposes a couple of the wires. Negatives: - We could not get it to function properly while inverted, even after following the directions, recalibrating, etc...It would seem like it was going to work and then it would start flailing all over until it was placed up right and reset - Limited range on tilt. It seems this is set to kill the servo at about 35 degrees, once you get to a certain point, it no longer keeps the camera upright. It appears this can be changed in the software, however we tried several different settings, but did not notice any change. - Drifts a little sometimes... when the gimbal works perfectly, which is most of the time, it works very well. I did notice after a shoot that it appeared to drift a bit and not stay upright. I tried re-calibrating both the accellerometer and the gyro, to no avail. It didnt quit drifting until I turned it off and then on a few times. Not critical for the shoots we do, since we can stop and redjust things, but something to consider if you shoot live or keep a tight schedule. Again, overall a decent gimbal, I would buy it again, because I need one, and it seemed to be the nicest version for a 360 camera (2017 gear 360). It works for what we need, but if a newer version came out, I may be tempted to try it given the few issues we have experienced.
    Date published: 2017-12-27
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