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WMA TV Clip for PS3 Move Eye Camera Mount Holder Stand

4.5 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews

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  • Item Weight: 82 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 118 g
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  • Item model number: PS3-029-2BK-p
  • ASIN: B00XDTMJQ8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
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The clip is not a spring clip, but a resistance clip that fixes the camera in position. It does not some much clamp the camera to the television as provide a stable platfrom for the camera. The clip rests of the top of the TV with the rear of the clip supporting the rear weight of the camera.

As long as the supporting arm hinge is a stiff hinge the camera will remain in place.

I would suggest that you don't mess around with the hinge/arm much as working it loose would be a bad idea.
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The finishing isn't totally there, the seam line in the moulding on the one that I got was a little rough in one place that I took off with a bit of sandpaper as it was a little sharp. Now having said that it gets the camera put in and it sits on a tv. It's very sturdy, it's black to match the tv surround and feels very strong so in all fairness why would you need to pay the Sony price, you don't. This bit of kit is totally up to the job. A very worthwhile purchase. Came within the dispatch time, 3 days. Just buy it if you're looking for one, don't bother shopping about.
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Was worried when I first took it out of the packet as I thought my television would be too deep for it to fit. However it does exactly what it states, now we dont have to wrap wires around objects to get the camera to point in the right direction :)

Definitely would recommend and wish I had bought one years ago.
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Picked this up for some very low price, think it was £2-£3 or something silly like that and wasn't expecting too much in quality but thought worth a punt for a couple of quid. Happy to say that it turned up and was actually a nice little item, well designed and made to a good standard. The stand has lots of different positions that you can adjust depending on where you are fitting it and to what sort of tv. It is now mounted to the top of my flatscreen tv and had no problems with it ever falling off or anything like that. Nice to have it properly mounted rather than what we used to do where we would have to unpack it out of the storage box every time we wanted to play a PS3 move game and then pack it all up again after play had finished. Used to be a messy affair with wires everywhere and trying to get the camera set up just right but now with this stand those days are gone! Recommended!
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Few folks complain about the quality.
Personally, for the price I thought the build quality on the two I ordered is great!
Hold camera well on TV's
One TV is a super slim LED, the other is a fatter LCD TV.
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There are a number of these devices available on the web so I'll just say that it does what it says very well with no fuss at all.

The construction is sturdy and fitting is easy on any screen or desk top.

I only gave it 4 stars because the delivery time was quite long for 'just a bit of plastic'.
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Ive had two of these - one is ok and one is useless. The pivot is plastic on plastic and is quite loose so it will either grip just enough or not at all. Be careful if you pull the camera wire as I have on mine a couple of times and the pivot slips open letting the camera fall down the back of the tv.
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It feels like its going to snap when adjusting it and it doesn't grip the TV tightly (it could be knocked off easily). But Its been holding the camera onto the TV for about a year now so obviously does its job well enough. Considering the price, you really can't complain!
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