Lone Wolf® Strongarm Camera Mount

Item # WX2-211421

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Details & Specs

Video or stills, the Lone Wolf® Strongarm Camera Mount helps you capture the moment of truth without fail.

Lightweight Camera arm with anodized aluminum construction provides rock-solid stability. Double-jointed arm flexes its muscle in any direction. Universal swivel mount is fully adjustable.This compact Camera Arm will pack down tight for that long trek into the woods.

Trophy comfort:
  • Universal mount for use with video or still cameras
  • Compact design built from lightweight, anodized aluminum
  • Exclusive leveling system
  • Fits trees 6"-22"
  • Only 3 1/ 2 lbs.!

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