Moza Slypod review

The Moza Slypod is the world's first monopod and slider in one. Let's find out if this thing is a good product or not.

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The Moza Slypod is the world's first monopod and camera slider combined into one.

In the below video I show you what's in the box, what I like about the Moza Slypod, what I don't like about it and how I would change it.

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Moza Slypod specs

  • Weight: 750 grams / 1.56lbs
  • Travel distance: 28 cm / 11 inches
  • Maximum load horizontal: 4 kg / 9 lbs
  • Maximum load vertical: 9 kg / 20 lbs
  • Interface: USB C, power button and plus/minus buttons
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What I like about the Moza Slypod

I like that this is a completely new product. I haven't seen anything like it.

It's great for quick and dirty timelapse mission where you can't bring or don't want to bring a ton of gear.

It's simple to set up and doesn't take a lot of space in your bag.

Moza Slypod

What I don't like about the Moza Slypod

The slypod is too short to be a proper monopod. Fully extended it barely comes up to my chest (I'm 174 cm tall for reference)

If you'd like to use it a slider then you only have a single mounting point which means your balance is going to be an issue.

You need a very strong tripod to be able to carry the weight of the whole rig on one mounting point.

When using it as a vertical slider it gets really wobbly, and you need a completely flat base to put it on. Not ideal.

How I would change the Moza Slypod

I would drop the price, extend the total length of the unit, add a metal tripod base instead of a composite and increase the travel length of the slider part.

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I like seeing innovative, new products however I wish the execution here was slightly better.

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