RAM Mount Tele-Mount Telescoping Camera Pole Kit - 1/4-20 Camera Threaded Adapter

RAM Mount Tele-Mount Telescoping Camera Pole Kit - 1/4-20 Camera Threaded Adapter
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Tele-Mount™ Telescoping Camera Pole Kit - 1/4-20 Camera Threaded Adapter

Consists of a female hole base with 1" ball, double socket arm and 1" ball, connected to a round plate with 1/4"-20 camera thread. The female hole base will fit most common telescoping and extension poles. The male 1/4"-20 threaded steel stud will connect to any standard female thread found on camcorders, digital cameras and POV cameras.

  • Patented rubber ball design dampens shock and vibration helping to extend the life of your camera
  • 1/4"-20 male threaded stud will connect to most female threads found on POV cameras
  • High strength materials ensure product longevity
  • Fits most common telescoping and extension poles
  • Great for achieving that perfect underwater fish shot
  • Double ball and socket mount offers infinite adjustment angles
  • Place pole in a kayak milk crate, rod holder or the RAP-119U
  • Lifetime warranty

Compatible Poles:B
  • Most generic telescoping poles with 0.715" OD Threads
  • Ettore 42004 4-Feet Reach Extension Pole

High Strength Composite

Ball Size:
1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
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RAM Mount Tele-Mount Telescoping Camera Pole Kit - 1/4-20 Camera Threaded Adapter RAP-B-218-1-366U RAM MOUNT UNPKD TELE-MOUNT WITH 1/4" - 20BALL
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