PM5-FMD-8

Seaview PM5-FMD-8 Camera Mount f/FLIR MD Series & Raymarine T200

Seaview PM5-FMD-8 Camera Mount f/FLIR MD Series & Raymarine T200
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Camera Mount

Get the most out of your FLIR MD or Raymarine T200 camera with the Seaview PM5-FMD-8 camera mount. This mount will raise your camera 5.5" clearing anything that will obstruct your cameras view. The 8" diameter base takes up very little space making it a great solution for installations where space is limited. Four pre-drilled holes allows for simple and easy installation.

Extra Security
No visible bolts on the camera mounting plate provides extra security and improved aesthetics.

Small Base Foot Print
This mount is the perfect solution for installations where space is limited.
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Seaview PM5-FMD-8 Camera Mount f/FLIR MD Series & Raymarine T200 PM5-FMD-8 SEAVIEW PM5-FMD-8 MOUNT FOR FLIR MD SERIES AND RAY T200
$288.75
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