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All streams are filmed by SOLOSHOT3 – a personal cameraman that automatically pans, tilts and zooms to keep the subject in the shot from up to 2,000 feet away. The SOLOSHOTapp brings you high-quality live videos captured from the best perspective. Discover engaging people doing interesting things around the world.
• Video Player: fixed a bug where the number of users watching a live video is incorrect
• Comments: improved the ability of editing and viewing your own comment
• Comments: Improved the performance to mention other users in comments
• Search: added pulldown to refresh on the Recent tab
• Improved pulldown to refresh performance
• Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Okay, but could be great
We just got out SoloShot3 and are figuring it out. We’re using it to film our sons playing baseball. I REALLY would like to see some ability to control the camera from the app... especially the recording functions. Not all subjects wearing the tag (in our case 17 & 14yrs old baseball players) have the luxury of time to worry about the recording... and it’s not always easy to stay right by the camera to turn the recording on/off.
Where is remote control?
Love the idea of this camera. For my church this product is almost vital for us to use... except that I can’t even use it at this point for one of the two reasons we bought it. There isn’t any hardware reason I shouldn’t be able to use it as a remote camera, only a software reason.
I understand why (only a tiny bit) the indoor accessory isn’t available yet. Still in production. that piece still needs refinements to the hardware. What about as a remote PTZ camera? This unit has all the ability to be that, the app just hasn’t coded for that feature yet and I find that a bit absurd! There is no reason to have that feature kept under wraps mostly because I can’t imagine it’s all that difficult, you already know how to tell the camera to move the motors manually. Quite honestly how I’m setting the camera up doesn’t even need to have a live feed coming off of it (HDMI output is going to a different monitor). This was the only feature that I felt was going to save us from having to wait even longer till the indoor accessory comes out.
Eagerly awaiting that software unlock, ya’ll. Thanks. Cheers.
Review update: Feb. 3, 2018 — Just updated the base to version 3.1.10 and it still doesn’t have support for remote operation.
Total lack of customer support !
I emailed Soloshot several times. Still no response. If you buy this system you will be on your own using it. The manual basically tells you what the buttons are but not how to use them. The Soloshot3 app is totally useless except for posting videos online. No remote control just viewing. I wondered why everyone that I spoke with about this system was unhappy with it. Now I know why. You buy it and you are on your own. Hold off buying it. Someone else will come out with a similar system soon. If they provide customer support that will be it for Soloshot.
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- H4 Engineering Inc
- 80.2 MB
- Social Networking
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.