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MOZA AIR 2S Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer User Manual


User Manual

Packing List

Check that all of the following items are in your package. If any item is missing, please contact MOZA or your local dealer.

MOZA Air 2S Overview

1. Tilt Motor
2. Mechanical Memory Quick Release System
3. Pan Motor
4. Wheel
5. M Button
6. Type-C Port
7. Tilt Arm
8. Tilt Motor Lock
9. Roll Arm
10. Roll Motor
11. Joystick
12. Fn Button
13. Dial
14. Power Button
15. The battery on/off Button
16. Pan Motor Lock
17. Extension Port
18. Adjust parameters and firmware upgrade interface
19. Battery Indicator Light
20. Roll Motor Lock
21. Pan Arm
22. 1/4” Extension Port
23. Smart Trigger

Air 2S Installation

Attaching the Tripod
2 screw holes are equipped at the bottom of the grip: 1/4” for mini tripod and 3/8” for large accessories like slider and big tripod. Screw the mini tripod, then expand as shown below.

Battery startup and shutdown

a.Long press the power button,
b.Press the power button of the battery, then long-press the power button again three seconds later. After the battery indicator lights turn off from left to right, release the battery on key and the battery will turn off.
c. When the battery is in the off state of PTZ, it will automatically turn off 10 minutes later. To start the PTZ, you need to turn on the battery first.

It is recommended to press the on / off key of the stabilizer for a long time to turn off the stabilizer, and then turn off the battery according to the operation when shutting down.

Mounting the Camera
The Air 2S quick release plate is equipped with 2 screws, select an appropriate one according to the camera type. There is no limit to the installing direction of the quick release plate. When mounting the camera, make sure the lens slightly extends beyond the quick release plate in order to reserve an extra room for lens support and rod adaptor

  • After mounting the camera onto the quick release plate, loosen the lever A, then slide the quick release plate onto the baseplate. The quick-release plate can be installed from both back and forth.
  • Please make sure the safety lock 1 and 2 will eject once each, and a rough back and forth balance is reached.

  • Press the safety lock 1, the quick release plate will be removed in the direction shown below.
  • Press the safety lock 1, slide the plate as shown below, then press the lock 2 when the plate is moved to the end. The quick-release plate will be removed in the reverse direction.

Note: It is recommended to use the lens support for the best effect.

Connecting Camera Control Cable
4 different control cables are stored in the toolbox
a. M3C-Mini cable: For cameras with Mini port like Canon 5D3, etc
b. M3C-Micro cable: For cameras with Micro port like Canon 5D4, etc
c. MCSC-Remote cable: For Panasonic cameras with 2.5mm ports like GH3, GH4, etc
d. MCSC-Multi cable: For Sony cameras with Multiport like A7s, A7, etc
e. MCSC-Multi/C cable: For Sony cameras with Multiport and USB power supply like A7s, A7, etc
Connect the control cable to the CAM CTRL port on the Air 2S gimbal, and then the other end to the control port on the camera. The camera icon will be displayed on the  OLED screen. Then parameters adjusting, video recording or photo taking, and following focus can be directly operated on the gimbal.

Note:

  1. For details of different cameras and lenses, please refer to ‘Camera Control’.
  2. If USB control is not supported, the camera icon won’t display on the screen, please choose your camera control protocol manually.

Installing the Support Rod
Please install the rod before using the following focus.
Take out the rod adaptor, M3x10 screws, and Allen wrench first. Fix the adaptor on the front or back of the quick release plate with M3x10 screws, then revolve the support rod into the adaptor.

When installed on the left side, please match the stud of the rod adapter and the screw hole of the support rod, then tighten the support rod counterclockwise.
When installed on the right side, please match the screw hole of the rod adapter and the stud of the support rod, then tighten the support rod clockwise.

Note:

  1. Please install the support rod and rod adaptor according to the position shown above for fear of falling off.
  2. Can’t assemble 2 support rods together as extending the use

Balance Adjustment

Attention: Balance Adjustment can refer to the function of Air 2S’ balance check, and it will be more convenient to adjust according to the instructions of the check.
Attention: If the roll arm is locked at the overlapping position with the heading arm, please unlock the roll motor first, and do not drag it by force.

Balancing the Camera
a. Mount the camera onto the Air 2S, release hands to check the direction of the camera
b. b.If the lens is tilted upward, then the camera position is backward. Loosen the quick release base and tighten the knob, and move the quick release plate until the lens points to the frontage.
c. c.If the lens is tilted downward, then the camera position is forward. Loosen the quick release base and tighten the knob, and move the quick release plate until the lens points to the frontage.
d. d.Tighten the quick release base and knob.

Balancing the Tilt Axis
a. Rotate the camera so that the lens is pointing upward, and release hands to check the direction in which the camera swings.
b. Loosen the knob 1 on the tilt motor to slide the tilt arm 2 until the camera stays still without tilting it up or down.
c. Tighten the knob 1.

Balancing the Roll Axis
a. Move the roll motor lock switch to the unlock end.
b. Release hands to observe the direction in which the roll axis swings.
c. Loosen the roll axis knob 1 to slide the roll arm 2 until the roll arm 2 stays still.
d. Tighten the knob 1.

Balancing the Pan Axis
An a. Grab the Air 2S horizontally and make the pan arm level. Release hands to check the direction in which the camera swings.
b. Loosen the knob 1 on the pan motor. Move the pan arm 2 leftwards or rightwards until it keeps level.
c. Tighten the knob 1.

Note: If the balance of the pan axis is not adjusted properly, the pan axis may become hot, and the inception mode cannot be used properly.

Buttons and OLED Display

Button Functions:

Button Operation Function Customizable Function Meun
Trigger 1 X N/A Focus Shutter The some
2 X Re-Center N/A Re-Center Selfie The some
3 X Selfie N/A Re-Center Selfie The same
Press Pan-Tilt Follow N/A Pan-Tilt Follow All lock Sports gear mode FPV mode The same
Power
Button
1 X Video recording The same
2 X Take photo The same
3s ON/OFF The same
Wheel Turn Pan axis Focus motor Focus motor 2 E-focus Tilt axis Roll axis The some
M Button 1 X Switch wheel mode! The some
Fn
Button
1 X Sports gear mode The same
2 X Inception mode The same
3 X FPV mode The same
3s Autotune The same
Joystick Push Up-Down Move the tilt axis Tilt axis Roll axis Pan axis The same
Push Left-Right Move the pan axis Tilt axis Roll axis Pan axis The some
Top 1 X TV Option-up
2 X Tilt follow
Down 1 X AV Option-down
2 X Pan follow
Left 1 X ISO Return
2 X Roll follow
Right 1 X Enter/Exit preview Confirm/Next mem
Menu
Button
1 X Enter the menu The some
3 X Language The same
3s Sleep/wake up The same
Dial Turn Follow speed Adjust
relevant
Combo Menu+Power Upgrade mode

Main interface
A Smart wheel working modes
Controlling external follow focus motor 1
Controlling external follow focus motor 2
Electronic follow focus
Controlling the tilt axis
Controlling the roll axis
Controlling the pan axis

B: Focus motor connection status. The icon will be displayed after connection, otherwise, it won’t be displayed. Up to two focus motors can be connected at the same time.
C: Camera connection status. The icon will be displayed after a USB connection, otherwise, it won’t be displayed.
D: Battery quantity. Each grid represents a 25% battery level. When the battery is empty, please charge the battery in time.
E: Follow speed value: 0-100. Turn the dial to adjust the value
F: Follow status
L: Lock. The axis locks and doesn’t follow.
F: Follow. The axis follows.
Q Sports Gear Mode

Menu Description

L2 L3 L4 L5 value Function
camera Choice Shutter Cable set the connection type to universal shutter cable
MCSC-Multi set the connection type to Sony-Multi port
MCSC-Mtiti/C set the connection type to Sony-Multi pod aid power supply
MCSC-Remote set the connection type to the Panasonic-Remote pad
M3C-USB set the connection type to the USB port
Parameters ISO 32-106403 Set the camera ISO
TV 30–1/8000 Set the camera shutter
AV FI-F22 Set the camera aperture
gimbal motor switch ? /ok turn on/off the motor
power autotune ? /ok tuning/tuned
It 1 ultralight set motor level to the minimum
light set motor level to light
medium set motor level to medium
heavy set motor level to heavy
ultra-heavy set motor level to ultra-heavy
custom tilt 0-100 set tilt motor power
roll 0-100 set roll motor power
pan 0-100 set pan motor power
filter tilt 0-100 set tilt motor filter
roll 0-100 set roll motor filter
pan 0-100 set pan motor filter
follow switch tilt on/off enter/exit tilt follow mode
roll on/off enter/exit roll follow mode
pan on/off enter/exit pan follow mode
speed tilt 0-100 set the following speed of the tilt motor
roll 0-100 set the following speed of the roll motor
pan 0-100 set the following speed of pan motor
headband tilt 0-100 set the following initiation angle of the tilt motor
roll 0-100 set the following initiation angle of the roll motor
pan 0-103 set the following initiation angle of pan motor
operation joystick function left-right tilt/ro I/pan move the joystick left/right to control the tit/roll/pan rotation
up-down filth° Van move the joystick up/down to control the tit/rd/pan rotation
sensitivity left-right 0-100 set sensitivity level of left-right movement
up-down 0-100 set sensitivity level of up-down movement
habits left-right +/- set the control habit of joystick left/right movement
up-down +/- set the control habit of joystick up/down movement
wheel function focus-1 control the external focus motor 1
focus-2 control the external focus motor 2
focus-e control the electronic focus
tilt control the pan axis
roll control the tilt axis
pan control the roll axis
sensitivity 0-100 wheel sensitivity
habits +/- set the control direction of wheel rotation
trigger none none
follow enter pan-tilt follow mode
press lock enter all locking mode
quick enter sports gear mode
FPV enter FPV mode
none none
click shutter take photo
focus autofocus
none none
double-click re- enter re-center
selfie rotate the gimbal at 193° for a selfie
none none
triple-click re- enter re-center
selfie rotate the gimbal 180° for a selfie
LI L2 L3 L4 L5 Value Function
gimbal operation dial habits +/- rotate the DB clockwise to increase/the disease value
advanced autotune ? /ok autotune
balance check check the balanced state of the camera
iFocus F I switch ? /ok/err tun on/off the focus motor I
set A ? /ok/err set the point A of focus motor I
set B ? /ok/err set the point B of focus motor I
Clear AB ? /ok/err Clear the calibration information
Guidance > Enter the guidance mode
F2 switch ? /ok/err tun on/off the focus motor I
set A ? /ok/err set the point A of focus motor I
set B ? /ok/err set the point B of focus motor I
Clear AB ? /ok/err Clear the calibration information
Guidance > Enter the guidance mode
Dolly Zoom > Enter the dolly zoom mode
inception speed 0-100 set the rotation speed of the inception mode
motion
control
switch tilt ? /on/off turn on/off the motion control of the tilt axis
roll ? /on/off turn on/off the motion control of the roll axis
pan ? /on/off turn on/off the motion control of pan axis
speed 0-100 set the rotation speed of the motion control
tracking speed 0-100 set the max speed of tracking
manual positioning tilt on/off turn on/off the manual positioning of the tilt axis
roll on/off tun on/off the manual positioning of the roll axis
pan on/off turn on/off the manual positioning of the pan axis
calibration gyro ? /ok calibrating/calibrating the gyroscope
acc ? /ok calibrating/calibrating the accelerometer
angle offset tilt 0-100 set the offset value of the tilt axis
roll 0-100 set the offset value of the roll axis
pan 0-100 set the offset value of pan axis
general language English switch display language to English
c1:5 k switch display language to Chinese
config I save ? /ok save to configuration I
config load ? /ok load configuration I
save ? /ok save to configuration 2
config2 load ? /ok load configuration 2
save ? /ok save to configuration 3
i
conf g3
load ? /ok load configuration 3
reset ? /ok restore default parameter settings
about device name and firmware information

Menu type introduction:
If there is a “ ”mark on the right side of the selected item, press the dial right button for the next menu.
If the selected item has a “[]” and contains a number, rotate the dial to adjust its value.
If the selected item has a “()” and contains an option, press the right button to switch among options.

Notes:

  1. If there is a “*” on the right side of one item, the current list is the final option, press the dial right button to launch it.
  2. If the selected item and other items in the menu list don’t have any marks, press the dial right button to launch the option once. “>” is displayed during the process. “OK”  is displayed after the process is completed, and “ERR” is displayed if the option fails.
  3. Filtering parameters: When the motor vibrates with high frequency, the value should be turned down. When the motor vibrates with a low frequency, the value should be increased.
    4. The manual positioning function has a lower priority than the following function. When using the manual positioning function normally, the following function of the axis should be turned off.

Features Description

Camera Control
The Air 2S can support camera video recording, photo-taking, and electronic focus control. Please refer to the compatibility list for more details ( * Please set the lens to “MF” mode)

Brand Model Select Cable Shutter Record 50 TV AV Auto Focus Focus Control Power Supply
CANON EOS R M3C-USB M3C-Nicro+ Micro to Type-
C Adopter (optional)
Q 4 4 v 4 4 q
EOS RP V V V 4 V 4 g
EOS 6D Mak II m3C-mini 4 V 4 4 4
EOS 6D 4 4 4 4 4 4
EOS 600 . 4 4 .,i 4 4 V _
EOS 700 4 4 4 4 4
EOS 77D 4 V 4 4 4
EOS 80D V V v 4 V V
EOS 5D2 4 4 v 4 4 4
EOS 5D3 4 4 J 4 4 4
EOS 800D 4 4 4 V
EOS 5D Mark IV M3C-Micro 4 4 4 4 4 4
EOS 203D It ■.f V 4 V V 4
EOS M50 4 4 4 4 V V
EOS M5 MCSC-C I CI ShutterCable (optional) 4
SONY Alpha 7S M3C•USB MX-Micro _ V 4 -,L 4 V 4
Al•ha 7R 4 4 V V V 4
Al. ha 6300 _ 4 4 4 4 4
A •ha64C0 4 4 V 4 4 V 4
Alpha 6500 4 4 v V V 4
Alpha 7S II \ I 4 V V V 4
Alpha 7R 11 4 4 V V V V
Alpha 7 n NI 4 v 4 V 4
Alpha 7 In 4 4 V V V .,. 4
AI •ha 7R DI 4 4 V V 4 ‘s. 4
DSC-RXICOM3 4 4 V 4 V 4
DSC-RXICOM4 4 4 V 4 V v
DSC-RXIOOM5 4 4 V V V 4
MCSC- 6Aulti MCSC-Muti Alpha
Alpha 7R . i V 4 4
A • ha 6303 MCSC-MultiR MCSC-Multi/C it NI V V
Alpha 64C0 4 4 V 4
Alpha 6500 4 4 V
Alpha 7S 11 4 4 4
Al. ha 7R n .,; Ni V
Al•ha 7 It 4 V 4
A• 07ifi J Q V 4
Alpha 7R la 4 4 V V
DSC-RX 10003 4 V g
DSC-RX ICOM4 4 V 4
DSC-RXICOM5 \’ V 4
Panasonic DMC-G7KGK ,MCSC-Remot ivCSC-Remote 4 % i 4
DMC-6856K \ I 4 V
DMC-GH3 4 V
LuLuntGH4 v’ 4 V
DC-SI GK K 4
MX-USB 4 4 4 q 4 4
Lumix GH5 m3C-mio0+ micro to Type C Adopter (optional) v Q 4 N V 4 4
DC- GHSSGK-K \I \I 4 : V 4 Nt _
Nikon Z6 643C•USB M3C•Mcro+ Micro to Type- C Adapter (optional) 4 ,,r V V V V V
Z7 4 V 4 V 4 V 4
D850 M3C-Micro 4 4 4 v V V 4
F UJFILM X-T2 CSC-C I CI Shuns( Cable ( ()phenol) 4 4 V
X43 4 4
X420 i
\
NI V
X•T30 4 4 V

Note: please refer to the official website for the latest camera control list.
Operation Steps:
a. Long press the center button to enter the menu, refer to the compatibility list to select the correct camera type.
b. Refer to the list to choose and connect the camera control cable. Connect the Mini-USB end of the control cable to the control port of Air 2S. Connect the other end to the corresponding control port of the camera.
c. You can achieve recording by clicking the menu button one time and taking photos by clicking the menu button twice after selecting the camera type and connecting the camera control cable.

Note:

  1. Cameras equipped with a Micro USB 3.0 interface, such as the Nikon D850, can be normally controlled by half plugging the M3C-Micro cable.
  2. After plugging the camera control cable, please operate the camera according to the prompts on the camera screen, otherwise, the camera control function may not work properly.
  • Start/Stop Press the power button once
  • Shoot photos: Press the power button twice
  • Adjust the shutter Press the up button of the dial (TV)
  • Adjust the aperture Press the down button of the dial (AV)
  • Adjust ISO Press the left button of the dial (ISO)
    When adjusting camera parameters, press the corresponding button and the screen will display the value, then turn the dial to adjust the value. After the adjustment is completed, press the corresponding button again to turn off the adjustment of camera parameters.
  • Turn on/ off preview: press the right button of the dial to turn on or off live preview.

Note:

  1. Only when starting camera settings can turn the dial to adjust parameters. Under the default state, turning the dial would adjust the following speed.
  2. Some cameras with sensors, like Sony A7S2, will shut down the screen and switch to the viewfinder for a preview if there is an obstruction before the viewfinder. Set preview setting to screen

Motor Output
The payload of Air 2S is from 300g to 4200g. Different payload requires different motor power to achieve the best stability. There are three methods for adjusting the output
of the motor:
Auto-tuning operation method:
a. Install the camera and adjust the balance
b. Unlock all motor lock
c. Turn on the stabilizer, long-press the center button to enter the menu, sele ‘Gimbal’ > ‘Motor’ > ‘Power’ > ‘Auto-tune’
d. During the auto-tuning, the stabilizer will vibrate automatically to match the most suitable output value. Wait for about 5 seconds, the stabilizer stops shaking, and the auto-tuning completes.

Set the output gear:
Factory default presets 5 groups of motor output values, which are suitable for
cameras of different weight levels.
Customize the output value of each motor:
The users can customize the output value of each motor to reach more precise control of the motor output. The adjustment range is 0 to 100.

Note:

  1. Under the camera lens combination of the limit, the auto-tuning function may not accurately calculate the appropriate output value. Please manually adjust the motor output according to the situation.
  2. If the motor output is too low, the video is not stable enough; if the motor output is too high, it will cause high-frequency vibration of the stabilizer.
  3. When the motor output is at the critical value, the stabilizer will not vibrate in the upright state, but it will vibrate in the forward or inverted state. Please reduce the motor output moderately.

FPV, Sports Gear Mode
When the follow function is enabled, the camera will follow the movement of the gimbal. Users can enable the following mode of each axis through dial buttons and turn the dial to adjust the following speed, which can be also enabled in the menu.

Follow ModeSwitch Example 1 Example 2
Enter the tilt follows
Exit the tilt follows
Enter the roll follow
Exit the roll follow

Note:

  1. The Air 2S is in pan follow mode by default.
  2. In addition to controlling the following mode by the switches of each axis independently, follow modes can be also enabled by the trigger, please refer to ‘Button Functions’ for more details.
  3. The angle of the roll follow is 45°. For a larger following angle, please triple-click the left button to enter the FPV mode to achieve a 360° follow of three axes.
  4. If a faster following speed is required, please click the right button to enter the sports gear mode. (Currently only supports the pan axis)

Manual Positioning
Manual positioning is used to quickly adjust the direction of the camera. When the function of manual positioning is enabled, the camera orientation can be adjusted by hand which will not automatically return to the initial position. The adjustment speed is faster than using the joystick or the following mode. The manual positioning of the tilt axis is enabled by default on the Air 2S. Manual positioning of the roll and pan axes can be enabled in the menu

Note: The following function has a higher priority than manual positioning. When the follow function of any axis is on, the manual positioning function cannot be used. Only after the following function is off, the manual positioning can be used normally.

Button Customization
Button Customization is used to specify the function, sensitivity, and operation direction of each button according to the user’s habits.
For Example:
By default, moving the joystick up and down controls the tilt axis rotation.
It can be changed to control the roll or pan axis rotation by customizing;
By default, moving the joystick left and right controls the pan axis rotation. It can be changed to control the tilt or roll axis rotation by customizing.

The higher the sensitivity of the button, the more sensitive and faster the control is.
If you change the ‘custom’ to -, the direction of operation will be the opposite. For more button customization, please refer to ‘Menu Description’.

Inception Mode
The Inception Mode is used to control the camera to rotate in the roll direction for shooting upside down and rotating footage. In the main interface, triple-click the right button to enter the Inception Mode. After entering the Inception Mode, the camera lens is vertically up and each axis automatically follows.
Button Definition for Inception Mode:

  • Turn the joystick left or right: the gimbal turns left or right, when release or turn to a specified angle, the gimbal stops.
  • Turn the dial: adjust the rotation speed
  • Press the left button on the dial once: the gimbal rotates to the left automatically. If the gimbal is rotating, press once to stop.
  • Press the right button on the dial once: the gimbal rotates to the right automatically.
  • If the gimbal is rotating, press once to stop.
  • Press the up/down button on the dial: select rotation angle
  • Normal: gimbal rotates and does not stop automatically
  • 180: the gimbal rotates 180° and stops automatically.
  • 360: the gimbal rotates 360° and stops automatically.

Triple-click the right button again to exit the Inception Mode.

Balance Check
The gimbal can check the balance status of the tilt and roll axis automatically and instruct users to make the correct adjustment.
An a. Attach a tripod to the gimbal, turn on the gimbal and place it on a horizontal tabletop.
b. Enter the menu, select advanced>balance chk, and the gimbal begins to check the balance adjustment.

c. When the balance check is completed, the balance status of each axis will be displayed on the screen, direction guide will be also displayed if the adjustment is needed.
d. ‘ C ‘ means quick release plate, ‘ T ‘ means tilt axis, ‘ R ‘ means roll axis, then start the adjustment according to the screen prompts.
e. When adjustment is completed, press the right button and check it again until the gimbal is well balanced.

Note:

  1. Balance check can be only used with the tilt and roll axis, the pan axis balance cannot be checked, please check the pan axis manually. Be sure that the motor lock has been released when using the balance check.
  2. Motors are turned off after balance check, please long press the ‘menu’ button to start the gimbal.

Sensor Calibration

  • Gyroscope Calibration
    Turn on the gimbal and leave it quietly for 5 minutes, the gyroscope calibration is required when the gimbal drifts obviously.
    The steps are as follows:
    a. Turn on the gimbal long-press the power button
    b. Turn off the motors double press the power button/enter the menu, select gimbal>motor>switch, set ‘off’
    c. Place air 2S on a horizontal table so that the platform is completely horizontal, keep the stabilizer stationary, and do not wiggle or tilt the stabilizer.
    d. Enter the menu, select advanced>calibrate>Gyro call, and press the dial right button, wait about 5 seconds, when the ‘ ’ changes to ‘OK’, the calibration is completed.

  • Accelerometer Calibration
    Turn on the gimbal and there is no obvious drift, the accelerometer calibration is required when the camera doesn’t keep level. The steps are as follows:
    a. Turn on the gimbal long-press the power button
    b. Turn off the motors double press the power button/enter the menu, select gimbal>motor>switch, set ‘off’
    c. Leave the L-shaped quick release plate on the horizontal table. Avoid the bottom screw keep the Air 2S at a static position. Do not shake it or tilt it. (or mount the camera  to refer to its level)
    d. Enter the menu, select advanced>calibrate>Acc call, and press the dial right button to enter calibration. Wait about 5 seconds, when the ‘ ’ changes to ‘OK’, the calibration is completed.

Note

  1. Please keep the gimbal stationary during the calibration, and shaking will cause the calibration to deviate.
  2. Any drastic shaking that might cause ’err’ shown on the screen, please calibrate again.
  3. Do not arbitrarily perform calibration operations while it is not necessary.
  • Offset

In case of emergency shooting, the camera cannot be leveled and there is no time for sensor calibration, the camera can be adjusted to a horizontal state by offset.
An a. Turn on the gimbal and the camera level and check the offset of the tilt and yaw axis.
b. Enter the menu, select advanced>calibrate>offset, select an axis that is not horizontal, and then turn the dial to adjust the fine adjustment value of the axis until the camera
completely keeps level.

  Notes:

  1. The offset can only adjust the angle of each axis within the range of about ±5°, if there is too much offset, the camera cannot be completely leveled.
  2. Offset is only a temporary solution, after shooting, accelerometer calibration is still needed.
  3. The parameters of the offset will not be saved and will become invalid after the restart.

Language Switch
The Air 2S supports both Chinese and English. After turning on the gimbal, users can switch the language in the menu.

User Configuration Management
The Air 2S can save 3 groups of user data like camera type, motor output, button operations, and other parameters, so users can retrieve relevant parameters previously used and avoid the trouble of setting parameters each time when changing the camera.

When configuration data is confusing, users can select “restore configuration” to clear all previous configuration data.

Management

Smartphone and PC Connection
The Air 2S is equipped with BLUETOOTH 5.0 and can be connected with smartphones. Users can set parameters, shot time-lapse videos, upgrade firmware and make other
operations via the MOZA Master App. With a Type-C USB interface, the Air 2S is able
to be connected to a computer. Users can set parameters, upgrade firmware and
make other operations via the MOZA Master software.
Download Link: https://www.gudsen.com

Note:

  1. The MOZA Master supports iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS
  2. Before using the MOZA Master on the computer, please install the driver first, otherwise, the computer cannot recognize the Air 2S
  3. Smartphones cannot directly pair with the Air 2S via Bluetooth, MOZA Master The app must be used to connect your phone with the Air 2S

Install the Phone Holder
Install the phone on top of the camera. Operate object tracking through App.
a. Fix the phone holder to the hot shoe connector on the top of the camera
b. Place the phone horizontally in the phone holder
c. Open the App. Enter the object tracking feature. Adjust the phone angle. Make the phone framing as consistent as possible with the camera framing.

In addition to being mounted on the top of the camera for object tracking, the phone holder can also be used to fasten the phone to the tripod head to mimic motion control.
Firmware Upgrade
Upgrade via computer:
a.Turn off the gimbal.
b.Hold the Menu button and do not release, then press the power button with the other hand until the prompt ‘Boot Mode’ appears on the screen.
c.Connect the gimbal to the computer with a USB Type-C cable.
d.The software will automatically identify the device and load the firmware. Press the ‘Upgrade’ button and wait for about 30s.
e.Restart the gimbal after the upgrade.
Upgrade via App:
a.Turn off the gimbal.
b. Hold the Menu button and do not release, then press the power button with your
another hand until the prompt “Boot Mode” appears on the screen.
c.Start App, press Bluetooth to search for the Air 2S device and connect.
d. The App will automatically enter the firmware upgrade interface, please wait for the firmware download to complete, press the ‘upgrade’ button and wait for about 5 minutes.
e. During the upgrade process, ‘upgrading’ will be displayed on the gimbal screen, and’ upgrade success’ will be displayed on the screen after the upgrade is completed, and then Air 2S can be restarted.

Note Your gimbal will automatically update to the latest firmware after the firmware update process.

Specifications

Air 2S
Payload Range 0.3kg-4.2kg
Dimension 478*206*184mm(W*D*H)
Tilt Camera Tray Dimension 110 mm
Roll Camera Tray Dimension 100 mm
Pan Mechanical Endpoint Range 360°
Roll Mechanical Endpoint Range -100°–+200°
Tilt Mechanical Endpoint Range -190°-+110°
Battery Type Li-ion 18650MH1-4S1P 4INR19/66
Battery Capacity 3200 mAh
Working Voltage 14.8V
Static Current 150mA
Communication BT5.0 BLE
USB
Camera Control Port Mini USB 5V lA
Dummy Battery Pod DC2.0mm 7.8V lA
Accessory Power Supply Pod DC5.5mm 16.8V
TYPE-C Pod Quick-acting charging is available
Temperature 0–50 C

FCC regulatory conformance :
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.

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Documents / Resources

MOZA AIR 2S Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer [pdf] User Manual
AIR2S, 2AMJR-AIR2S, 2AMJRAIR2S, AIR 2S, Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer

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