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Moza has launched the new Moin camera which is a travel friendly handheld device featuring 4K video capture, articulating screen, 3 Axis stabilization and some other exciting features in a lightweight body; thanks to which it looks like a good competition to the DJI pocket 2 and bears a strong resemblance to it. 

The company aims to focus on the users who are looking to record casual vlogs such as lifestyle videos or travel trips and want to upgrade from a smartphone to something more optimal.

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The Moin camera by Moza is the first one in in this line for the company, as it is known for its smartphone and professional camera gimbals and hadn’t entered camera market until the announcement of this pocket camera.

The Moin Camera features a 1/2.3 inch sensor. Using a full-frame equivalent 14mm f/2.2 lens with a 120-degree field of view, camera can capture 12 megapixel photos and 4K video footage at up to 60 frames per second. It also offers up to 8X slow motion feature. 

The camera’s shutter speed ranges from 60 seconds to 1/8000 of a second along with an ISO that ranges from 100 to 3200 which is pretty decent for stills.

Along with that the camera features 2.45 inch touch screen using which the settings can be adjusted.

The face tracking feature and fast continuous shooting is claimed by the company to deliver 9 images with a single click. Along with that, the camera offers a variety of shooting options including single shot, static lapse, panorama, hyper lapse and motion lapse.

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The Moin Camera offers a compact, travel friendly body, weighing just 176 grams and measuring only 129mm × 37.8mm × 32mm in size making it a great option for photographers and videographers on the built front.

The battery life is claimed by the company to last for 145 minutes, taking 90 minutes to be fully charged using fast charge.

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The camera has a significant resemblance to the pocket 2, but it offers a slightly wider angle of view and bigger touch screen as compared to DJI, however it has a comparatively smaller sensor which may act as a stumbling block for the customers.

Moza Moin is compatible with the Moza Artist app which can be used to process or transfer images. The app provides various quick editing options including a variety of filter effects, adding soundtracks and much more along with the ability to export the footage.

All the footage stored on the camera can also be imported using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi to connect to the smart device.

The Moza Moin is available for $299