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Stealth Cam Universal Ball Joint Mount

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Stealth Cam Universal Ball Joint Mount - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Stealth Cam® Universal Ball Joint Mount is compatible with any Stealth Cam® models. Made with durable PC Fiberglass material, this mount will with stand all weather conditions. Its rotating ball joint is perfect to help capture all the views you are looking for.
FEATURES:

  • Versatile design to fit all Stealth Cam models
  • Durable PC Fiberglass material
  • Ball joint rotation for optimal positioning
  • Model Number: STC-ABJM
  • Stealth Cam
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 13243119

Customer Reviews:

Stealth Cam Universal Ball Joint Mount 3.5 5 4 4
They work great I like the way they get the camera up in the air. The camera trigger actually catches a lot more area being raised up above head level. My only problem is it's easy to pull the nut out of the arm if the bolt is tightened down to hard. Not a terribly big problem, since it could cinch the arms shut with a zip tie. August 29, 2014
D-900i Stealth camera This universal ball joint mount doesn't slide in to fit. How is this compatible to all stealth cams? I bought it today at Dicks sporting store. Can anyone explain or suggest another brand that can slide in as the screw hole is in the way? It will help alot. Thanks June 18, 2014
item works great fits any stealth cam brand camera great works great to hind your camera up high so people don't see it June 4, 2014
Easy to use The mount makes it so much easier to adjust and position your cameras. It also makes it easier to raise your cameras for shots from above. March 6, 2014
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