RigWheels RigMount X4 Magnet Camera Mounting Platform

BH #RIRMX4 • MFR #RMX4
RigWheels
RigWheels RigMount X4 Magnet Camera Mounting Platform
Key Features
  • 200 lb Holding Strength
  • Rare Earth Magnets
  • Rubber Coating Protects Finish
  • Vibration Reduction
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The RigMount X4 Magnet Camera Mounting Platform from RigWheels is designed with industrial grade high power magnets to securely hold your photo or video camera when the mount is affixed to a steel surface. The RigMount uses less rubber material than suction mounts to reduce vibration. There is just enough rubber coating on the mounts to protect the mounting surface from being scratched while maintaining the strength of the magnet. The magnetic camera mount includes 4 magnets with holding strength of up to 200 lb.
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RigWheels RMX4 Overview

The RigMount X4 Magnet Camera Mounting Platform from RigWheels is designed with industrial grade high power magnets to securely hold your photo or video camera when the mount is affixed to a steel surface. The RigMount uses less rubber material than suction mounts to reduce vibration. There is just enough rubber coating on the mounts to protect the mounting surface from being scratched while maintaining the strength of the magnet. The magnetic camera mount includes 4 magnets with holding strength of up to 200 lb.

The platform features multiple 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded mounting holes, allowing you options for mounting cameras, ball heads, or secondary safety systems, which are recommended whenever you mount a rig to a moving vehicle.
Magnetic camera mounts securely attach photo or video camera to steel surface.
Includes 4 individual magnets with up to 200 lb of holding strength.
UPC: 854821004125

RigWheels RMX4 Specs

Holding Strength200.0 lb / 90.7 kg
Dimensions (H x W x D)12 x 10 x 4" (30.48 x 25.4 x 10.16 cm)
Weight7 lb (3.2 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.5 x 9.25 x 4.85"
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