Soloshot: the automatic surf movie director

Ever thought of a special wave that should've been filmed and shown to your friends? Do you think you've surfed the best wave of your life? Is your girlfriend or boyfriend tired of spending hours capturing your stoke in the waves?

Meet the automatic surf movie director, the system that captures only your waves.

Soloshot follows you from the beach to the line-up and in all the waves you ride. Soloshot is the newest technology for surf fanatics who enjoy getting their waves and wipe-outs on video.

Soloshot works by keeping your camera pointed at an armband you wear during your surf session.

With more than five hours of battery life and a 1,500-foot range (half a kilometer), the system will follow you for your entire surf session.

You can even pass the remote to your friend for a wave or two, and they can share in the fun, the best part is no one has to stand on the beach holding a camera for three hours.

The best part is that Soloshot comes with the standard camera mounting screw, so it fits most cameras.

This means you can attach your favorite filming device to the professional tripod that comes with the system.

But what about the security issue? Are you going to leave the Soloshot out on the beach?

Yes, no worries. Soloshot has a built-in security feature that allows your camera to be locked to the device.

The entire set may also be locked to any permanent structure as large pieces of driftwood, rocks, or lifeguard stand.

Additionally, the automatic surf movie director shines a green light in the direction your camera is pointing so that when you see the green light, you can rest assured that Soloshot is there and pointing at you.

This innovative technology works best if you are between 100 feet and 1,500 feet from the camera and set the zoom such that there are about 30 feet on either side of you in the frame.

Enjoy your best surfing moments.

Watch the automatic surf movie director in action.

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