RAM Mount Composite 1" Ball

RAM Mount Composite 1" Ball


The RAM Mount Composite 1" Ball features a round plate that provides extra support and stability for cameras that rest on top of it.


  • High Strength Composite Material
  • 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
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The RAP-B-366U, universal camera and camcorder base, consists of a 1" diameter rubber ball, connected to a round plate with 1/4"-20 camera thread. The male 1/4"-20 threaded steel stud will connect to any standard female thread found on camcorders and digital cameras.

Compatible Cameras:
Contour GPS
Contour HD
Gobandit GPS-HD
GoPro HD Helmet HERO
GoPro HD Motorsports HERO
GoPro HD Surf HERO
GoPro Helmet HERO Wide
GoPro Motorsports HERO
GoPro Motorsports HERO Wide
GoPro Surf Hero
GoPro Wide HERO

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RAM Mount Composite 1" Ball RAP-B-366U Composite 1" Ball, with 1/4-20 Studs for Cameras and Camcorders
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