Continuous High Speed Video
Your world - slowed down
We designed Wave to be the most efficient high speed camera. It’s small, light, and insanely fast.
Clip length limited only by SSD size.
No Trigger Setup
Push to record, push to stop.
Mōvi Pro Integration
Full control from 2500ft away.
Small. Light. Robust.
The perfect little package.
1.5 hr runtime
Low average power draw.
Solid State Recording Power-down safe.
Ultra lightweight locking E mount so you can adapt to anything.
We packed a lot of fun into this little aluminum box…
Sync/Trigger In and Out
Never miss a shot again
Adaptable to many lenses
Uptime is guaranteed
USB C SuperSpeed 5Gbps
Fast file transfer
A freight train of pixels
Wave processes up to 3,774,873,600 pixels per second continuously using a lightweight 5:1 compression.
It sets a new level of efficient imaging, consuming less than 5nJ/px, or 5mW/(Mpx/s).
MAX FRAME RATE
I love the ability to record continuously! No more messing around with triggering and RAM and missing the shots I really wanted.
Founder | Specialty Cam Op | EP
Say goodbye to rolling shutter artifacts. Wave uses a global shutter to capture the world as accurately as possible.
By selecting a smaller frame size, Wave can shoot at up to 9,259fps for scientific applications. Users can also dial in exact frame rates or use external triggers to synchronize Wave to a rotating or vibrating subject to act as a visual oscilliscope.
Wave is made of 6061 aluminum and features mounting hard points on all sides of the camera.
9259 FPS you can carry in one hand. Built to fly, crash, jump, run. Wave weighs in at 600g.
We built Wave to be flexible. Mount it in a Mōvi Pro, Fly it on an Alta X, or set it up as a crashcam in the tightest places.
Control all settings on Wave using Mōvi Pro from 2500ft away.
Wave can be built into a tiny handheld configuration.
Solid state media, hardpoints on all sides, and a locking E mount. Wave can take a beating and still capture the action.
Wave integrates with the Alta line of drones to give users the ability to capture any angle.
Keiryou and Freefly have partnered to bring Wave to the world.
Keiryou founder, Shane Colton, was one of the founding members of Freefly Systems and his innovations have powered the cinema industry since 2011.
Dig into the history of Wave on Shane’s technical blog.