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Scanstrut Camera Mast Mount f/FLIR M100/M200

Scanstrut Camera Mast Mount f/FLIR M100/M200
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Camera Mast Mount f/FLIR M100/M200

The ingenious Camera Mast Mount solves the problem of finding a level mounting surface to install cameras onto your powerboat, commercial vessel, RIB or sailboat wheelhouse. designed specifically for the FLIR M100 / M200 range ensuring the perfect fit for your camera.

Scanstrut Mast Mounts are the first choice for boat owners the world over. The range has been extended so we now offer an option for installing Infrared red cameras onto the yachts mast.

Features:
  • The only aft raked camera mounts on the market
  • Compact mounting profile to ensure a neat installation
  • Scanstrut renowned design and build quality
  • Partnership with Raymarine to create the optimum mounts for the M100/M200 series
  • Compact mounting feet to ensure a neat & effective installation  
  • Very Compact Mounting - Camera fits safely and snugly against the mast
  • Universal Fit and Secure Install - Adjustable mounting feet which fit any mast size. The four swivel feet use a 12 point fixing using high quality monel rivets
  • Safety Wire Kit -  Independently attaches the camera to mast in case an accident damages the installation
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Scanstrut Camera Mast Mount f/FLIR M100/M200 CAM-MM-02 SCANSTRUT MAST MOUNT FOR FLIR M100/M200
$280.55
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