DFX™ Cam Technology

Hoyt's DFX Cam and 1/2 System maximizes effective string angle, optimizes peep position, and provides a more comfortable and consistent anchor and alignment.

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Hoyt DFX Cam

MAXIMIZES EFFECTIVE STRING ANGLE

  • A longer axle-to-axle at full draw increases accuracy and stability (see diagram below).
  • Encourages a more comfortable and accurate head position.
  • Gives the maneuverability benefits of a short bow in your ground blind or tree stand, while maintaining the advantages of a longer axle-to-axle bow.
  • DFX Cam Design creates less limb movement resulting in a quiet, vibration-free shot.

OPTIMIZES PEEP POSITION

  • A more direct string angle brings the peep closer to your eye, increasing
  • peep-to-sight distance and maximizing accuracy (see diag. below).

MORE COMFORTABLE AND CONSISTENT ANCHOR AND ALIGNMENT

  • Eliminates “head tilt” at anchor by bringing the string to your nose, promoting proper head position and form.
  • Reduced facial contact and string pressure results in more accurate and consistent arrow flight.

OPTIONAL LIMB STOP

For those seeking an even stiffer back wall experience than already afforded by the new dual cable stops, our new DFX cams also come with a limb stop option. If you are after that zero-play feeling at full draw, our first-ever optional limb stop brings a new definition of rock-solid rigidity to the Hoyt back wall.