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Soloshot2 | Robotic Cameraman

Soloshot have recently introduced the latest version of their popular Robot cameraman, the Soloshot2, a device that automatically pans, tilts, and zooms to keep your camera pointed at you, from a distance, with no camera operator.  Just as its predecessor, the Soloshot2 is made of two parts, the base and the waterproof transmitter called the tag, simply attach your camera to the Soloshot base(any camera that attaches to a standard tripod will work), wear the armband tag, and film all your outdoor exploits automatically! watch the video

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