An advancement in engineering and design, the Wakeye Cylon uses state of the art robot vision sensor technology to track the skier without being physically connected to the ski rope.
Fast and easy-to-use, Cylon is 12v compatible and also supplies USB Charging connectivity, to keep your smartphone charged all day.
Cylons fast vision sensor detects our tracking ball 50 times per second. This drives our super smooth Hitec servo motor. Creating an even steadier shot without rope shake.
The Tracking Ball is made of soft foam rubber and simply slides over the top of the rope. You can use the LED brightness at the front of the Cylon to determine where is the best position (approx 6" (150mm) from the pylon.
Also new and improved locking tilt mechanism will keep your smartphone (or camera) locked in one position all the time
A new design Camcorder mount for the Wakeye System that allows you to attach any camcorder or POV camera with a female tripod thread.
With all new features including:
A stainless steel standard tripod 1/4-20 thread
Locking dial to ensure the thread wont come loose
CNC machined silver anodised alloy casing
Soft pads for your camera to sit on
Add the Camcorder Mount to the XT-One, or XTG to allow you to use a Camcorder or POV camera with your Wakeye system.
(Note: already included in xtc)
Wakeye Resolute - XT-OneR
Regular price$119.00 USD
Smart Vibration Control
As smartphone camera features are enhanced with every new model, it appears they are now more sensitive to vibrations.
The Wakeye Resolute has been designed to eliminate high frequency vibrations that can affect your skiing videos. We have configured the Wakeye Resolute anti vibration mount so you can refine the amount of damping to suit your ski boat. The Wakeye Resolute is perfectly constructed for optimum anti vibration performance utilizing 32 flexible silicon rings, that allow you to add or remove the best quantity for optimized performance. It fits directly with the XT-One for Smartphones
The video below shows a standard Wakeye on the left and Wakeye with a Resolute on the right. Both are using a iPhone 6 with the Wakeye app set at 120fps