GURU AIR 360
The Guru Air 360 is the big brother of the popular Guru 360, the first affordable gimbal for 360 cameras (reviewed here). I saw the Guru Air 360 at NAB Show where GimbalGuru and Gudsen Moza representatives confirmed that it is capable of being used with cameras up to 1.5 kilos (3.3 lbs.), more than enough for professional 360 cameras such as the Z Cam S1 (1.43 lbs.) and small rigs such as the GoPro Omni (2.32 lbs.). It can also carry the Insta360 Pro (although the Pro has built-in realtime image stabilization).
In case you missed it, here’s the Guru Air 360 from NAB Show 2017 (please hit the like button):
The Guru Air 360 is available for preorder for $699 for delivery in June.
The wearable kit is a unique accessory that can be used with any of the Moza Mini heads: the Guru 360, Moza Mini-C for smartphones, and Mini-G for GoPro cameras. I believe this makes the Guru 360 with the Wearable Kit the first affordable wearable 360 gimbal on the market.
Here is a video I took of the Wearable Kit at VRLA:
As I mentioned in my previous post, the head can be controlled wirelessly via the handle of the Guru 360.
The Wearable Kit is $99 (the price is for the base only, and does not include the Guru 360 head or any other head).