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HypEye D Pro 2011+ Cameras

CODE: TS4004/11+


List price: $135.00  

Price: $35.00

You save: $100.00 (74%)
-74%

For Use with Expansion Kits

The HYPEYE D PRO Camcorder Indication and Control System are specifically made for skydivers.

The HYPEYE D PRO connects to Sony camcorders through the D/AV half-moon interface (Please read Important NOTE Below).

The HYPEYE D PRO provides features and functionality never before seen in any camcorder controller. Its super-bright, intuitive, three LED indication system keeps you informed of your camcorder's status even when facing the sun!

Features:

  • 500mm 'D' cable standard version.
  • Push button to power on/off and start/stop recording
  • Debrief jack for non-intrusive video viewing
  • Push button protection against accidental activation
  • Nylon threaded mounting hole
  • Still photo recording with the addition of theHYPEYE D PRO Expansion or HYPEYE D PRO Photo Kit
  • Full capabilities of theHYPEYE D PRO Expansion Kit

With the optional HYPEYE D PRO Expansion Kit accessorry you can:

  • Interface to L&B Optima II audible for Visual Altitude Feedback
  • Capture still pics while recording using an External Bite Switch
  • Use camcorder as a dedicated still camera

 

With Optional Hypeye D Pro Photo Kit accessory you can

 

No longer available

  • Adjustable LED brightness
  • Zoom Memory
  • External audio sourcing
  • Mode switching and locking
  • Distinction between photo and playback mode

 

PLEASE READ! 

In 2011 Sony rewrote the AV/R protocol so it misinterprets the mode setting command. Because of this, the HYPEYE D PRO will not focus through a wide angle lens. In response, HYPOXIC created a special HYPEYE that is slightly limited from the other HYPEYE D PROs but provides the same basic functionality. In addition, their new lineup will not allow the camera to turn on with the display closed (the yellow light may blink). Therefore, on most of these cameras you must have the display open and flipped onto the case for it to work properly. For specific cameras and more information about this bug please see the compatability page.