The adjustable SOLOSHOT tripod stands up to 5 feet (1.5 m) tall
Multiple SOLOSHOT models can be used in close proximity without interference
SOLOSHOT tracks the athlete as he moves
The SOLOSHOT includes a tracking armband
SOLOSHOT works with any camera that accepts a standard tripod mounting screw
Ever since technology made video cameras small and light enough to wear comfortably on the body, manufacturers have been busy one-upping each other with features like GPS tracking, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth streaming, integrated internet uploading, remote controls and of course, better filming capabilities. But the basics have remained the same: small, lightweight cameras that sits on the filmer's body or gear and takes point-of view footage. SOLOSHOT brings a different point of view to the action sports filming equation – it's a tripod that incorporates an automated tracking system to deliver third-person footage without anyone behind the lens.
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