MOZA Slypod E Motorized Slider cum Monopod Announced

Gudsen MOZA just introduced Slypod E, an update to its world’s first 2-in-1 motorized slider and monopod (Slypod). Featuring all the goodness of the predecessor, Slypod E is now even more robust with an all-aluminum alloy construction.

Aimed specifically at videographers, this motorized slider can provide stunning cinematic results without hurting your budget. You can either use it as a monopod or a camera jib arm as well. With the help of MOZA Master App, you can explore lots of possibilities by controlling the robotic camera movements.

Using an intelligent “Deep Red” motion control algorithm, this slider cum monopod lets you create exact same repeatable movements. Up to some extent, this functionality is also useful for VFX production environments. You can fine-tune the speed, positions, or movements in endless ways.

Just like Slypod, it incorporates the same motor technology as the Mars Rover. As a result, it can drive loads up to 9kg vertically and 4kg horizontally. In just 10 microseconds, the motor can accelerate from 0 to 10,000rpm so there is no lag in the initial movements.

MOZA Slypod vs Slypod E Comparison

Compared to MOZA Slypod, Slypod E is lighter at 920g instead of 770g. This is due to the difference in construction material as the new Slypod E uses aluminum alloy over carbon fiber. According to Gudsen, the new design is scratchless and offers more strength due to the upgraded body material.

Although the price of Slypod E is far less than the predecessor, keep in mind that it does not come with a Pan-tilt head and a wooden handle. You will have to purchase these accessories separately. However, the new slider comes with a stand adapter so you can mount the mini tripod.

Another difference is the case in which the slider ships. The older Slypod ships with a hard case whereas the newer one comes with a portable rainproof bag with an internal zipper.

In terms of runtime, both the Slypods come with a built-in battery offering 2-hours of operation. In case you run out of the included batteries, you can also make use of external power banks.


Gudsen MOZA Slypod E costs $299 USD. Additional accessories such as MOZA Slypod Pan-and-Tilt Head and Wooden Handle will cost $89 and $29 USD respectively.

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Ishaan Sarna

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