Greetings, sports enthusiasts! This is Ben from Easy Sports Video, and today we’re diving into the latest addition to our equipment – the Soloshot camera. Freshly delivered and ready to roll, let’s take a closer look.

Upon unpacking, the Soloshot camera stands tall on its tripod, sporting extended legs and an adjustable height feature. With three legs firmly planted, you have the flexibility to set it at different heights, providing optimal coverage for recording soccer games. The tripod’s extendable design allows you to elevate the camera to varying heights, ensuring you capture all the on-field action effortlessly.

Now, let’s delve into the functionality of the Soloshot camera. The tripod opens up to reveal its impressive height, showcasing its versatility for recording sports events. We’ll be putting it to the test shortly, so stay tuned for more insights.

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In our journey of recording soccer games, we’ve encountered different tools like Veo, Hudl, Trace, and Pixellot. Early on, when our kids were in the U-7 category, we experimented with the Soloshot camera. In its initial stages, the experience was a bit challenging, mirroring the teething issues many auto-tracking sports cameras faced during their launch. However, as technology evolved, so did the Soloshot.

Fast forward to today, and we have the Soloshot 3+, the latest iteration in the lineup. In this video, we provide an initial glimpse of what’s included in the Soloshot 3+ package. While we haven’t extensively tested it yet, we took advantage of a significant sale and ordered it to assess how it stacks up against the version we used five years ago.

Stay tuned for a follow-up video once we’ve had more hands-on experience with the Soloshot 3+. In our ongoing series on the best soccer cameras, we’ll delve deeper into the distinctions between physically moving cameras like the Soloshot and AI cameras such as Pix4Team. These AI cameras store footage on hard drives and process games through specialized software.

For all your sports recording needs, explore how Easy Sports Video can assist you at easysportsvideo.com/start. If you’re interested in renting a Soloshot for a trial run or seeking a special discount, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at ben@easysportsvideo.com or give us a call at 816-398-8846. Capture the moments that matter with Soloshot and Easy Sports Video!