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Luis Muñoz


A new camera mount for Vortex 250 - http://shpws.me/NcEt Dynamic Camera Mount For Vortex 250
Mobius camera mount
luisemunoz commented on Dynamic Camera Mount For Vortex 285 by luisemunoz
February 9, 2016
Dynamic Camera Mount For Vortex 285
luisemunoz @IzakGt Thanks for the feedback. I manage to break one when hitting a wooden obstacle. The carbon fiber on the top plate and the arm hinge also broke, so I guess it's justified :-) I recommend using velcro to hold your camera, along with an additional wrap around (even a rubber band) to keep the velcro attached.
luisemunoz @IzakGt Thank you! I'll be glad to get any feedback.


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