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Definitely strong enough to support the heaviest of dslrs. As long as you're not thinking of sticking it to the bonnet of a car or tank of a motorcycle and doing 70mph down the motorway lol.
By Cheesy Wotsit on 09 November 2015
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Yes, There is an "Allen key" headed bolt marked YF9 easily accessible from underneath, between the two suction cups. As I do not wish to dismantle mine I do not know the thread or length.
By Mr. I. L. Ward on 28 April 2014
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The mount is very versatile and will face wherever you wish.
By Mr Peter H Smith on 21 June 2016
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I use the "single" model to mount compact cameras inside my cars, depending on the car I either put it on the passenger window, facing foreward, on on the windscreen, facing forward. I have mounted an Nikon 5000 in the car, but only on the passengar window as the camera is too big to fit against the windscreen.
By Gary - Sweden on 18 November 2015
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Yes the screw you see at the top of the picture is a 1/4 inch.
By Tartare eater on 13 November 2014
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Have you tried with the shorter arm? I find having the camera closer to the sucker helps a lot with shake.
By Garry Smith on 14 November 2016
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The connecting thread is a standard camera/video fitting (looks to be 6mm). You would need a pole with an internal thread to connect to this and the same 'male' thread at the other end.
By Mr Peter H Smith on 05 October 2016
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I've tried with various walls. Despite them seeming smooth, they're not smooth enough. This needs glass or polished paint (like a car)
By Amazon Customer on 14 November 2016
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Get a contour GPS. That work for sure. Actually really happy with the gecko contour setup both on cars and airplanes.
By Aviator on 14 February 2014