Polaris smart electric tripod head lets you capture awesome time-lapses, panoramic photos, starry sky using built-in GPS, compass, astromaps and advanced algorithms, and built-in Bluetooth 5.1 and WiFi connectivity ensures stable wireless connection with your smartphone. Let’s keep checking if you like the idea.
The Polaris is an advanced and versatile smart wireless electric tripod head that measures 148 x 149 x 93mm and weighs 1.1kg. With the compact form factor and an included carrying case, you can take it with you for any photography task. With IPX6 water-resistant rating, the Polaris can work in harsh environments, and the aluminum alloy and stainless steel materials ensure it delivers a solid and durable construction.
With 3/8” screw mount and included 1/4” screw mount adapter, the electric tripod head works with any tripod, and it supports most main streamlined DSLR and mirrorless cameras. The smart electric tripod head is capable of automatically removing objects or tourists from a photo and generating a clean photo. Using built-in GPS, compass, and astromaps, it also helps you capture perfect shots of the starry sky.
Furthermore, the smart electric tripod head lets you capture perfect timelapse and dynamic timelapse shots, and with Holy Grail feature, it delivers an ideal day-to-night timelapse by automatically analyzing every photo and adjusting the exposure between every shot.
With Bluetooth 5.1 and WiFi connectivity, the tripod head wirelessly communicates with your smartphone so that you can adjust settings, control its movement via its companion app such as fully automatic panoramas, programmable settings, focus stacking, multi exposing and more. In addition, the electric tripod head comes equipped with 10,000mAh rechargeable battery, and optional power bank extends the battery life of your Polaris.
The crowdfunding campaign for Polaris is ongoing on Kickstarter. We can pledge $599 or $699 to preorder the smart electric tripod head timelapse edition or astro edition. Both editions will be shipped in July 2021.