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
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
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
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