Want to take videos with a gimbal? Don’t want to lug around heavy equipment? That’s where DJI comes in. The company launched their DJI Pocket 2 back in 2020 where it is priced at $350. It’s not too bad of a price, but in case it’s too expensive for your liking, you might be interested in Moza’s latest offering.

The company has launched the Moza Moin Camera which seems to be looking to challenge DJI’s Pocket series directly. This is a tiny pocket-sized camera that also comes with a built-in gimbal for added stability. It features a 1/2.3-inch sensor that can take 12MP photos and also 4K videos. It also has an added advantage over the DJI Pocket 2 as it has a built-in 2.45-inch articulating touchscreen display.

Moza might not necessarily be a brand familiar to some of you, but they are a company known in the photography world for their  smartphone and camera gimbals, so they do have some experience in that area. Moza claims that the Moin Camera is good for 145 minutes of use and takes 90 minutes to be fully charged using fast-charging technology.

While we can’t speak to the quality of the Moin Camera, it is priced at $300, making it cheaper than DJI’s offering, so if you’re interested you can head on over to the company’s website to place your order.

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