Yes! SOLOSHOT offers multi-mode, which lets a single base station track multiple tags. With automatic multi-mode, you can tell the Base to follow either the closest Tag, fastest Tag, toggle between tags or even a group of Tags on the Base. Using manual multi-mode, you can have one person be in charge of which linked Tag the Base follows at any given time using the Director + Coach Mode in the SOLOSHOTapp.
Can SOLOSHOT3 capture videos and photos?
Absolutely! Both the Optic25 and the Optic65 can take stills of 12 MP. The still image sizes of both are 4000H x 3000W and are saved as JPEG files. SoloShot can also be set-up to for Time Lapses, with intervals that can be customized from 1 - 3600 seconds. You can choose from automatic exposure, or customize it up to 10 minutes with our manual exposure option.
How long does SOLOSHOT3 take to charge?
SOLOSHOT3 takes about 3-4 hours to fully charge. We recommend using a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Wall Adapter for best results. If your battery is not charging in this time, it could be because the charger is now powerful enough. Try the Qualcomm Adapter for best results.
When fully charged, the SOLOSHOT3 system lasts between 2-3 hours with typical use cases. Please note that livestreaming and 4K resolution will use more battery power.
How large is the wearable Tag?
Here at SOLOSHOT, we know size matters and our 3rd generation Tag is not very big at all.
Our SOLOSHOT3 Tag weighs 1.4 oz. and measures 41.6 L x 21.8 H x 41.6 W (mm).
It is 40% smaller and 30% lighter than the Tag for SOLOSHOT2.