FotodioX Low-Profile Picatinny Gun Rail Mount for Small Cameras

BH #FORDLPRMSC • MFR #RAIL-DOGZ-LOWPROFILE
FotodioX
FotodioX Low-Profile Picatinny Gun Rail Mount for Small Cameras
Key Features
  • Suitable for Mounting to Picatinny Rails
  • Enables Video Capture from Barrel P.O.V.
  • Hard Anodized Aluminum Construction
Mount your small camera onto Picatinny rails with the Low-Profile Fotodiox Picatinny Gun Rail Mount. This hard anodized black aluminum mount clamps securely onto your MIL-Spec Picatinny rail and holds your camera in place while you record. Suitable for use on a variety of shotguns, pistols, and other guns, this clamp enables mounting your camera onto your barrel to capture your gun-eye P.O.V. Designed and built to withstand the shock and force of repeated gunfire, this clamp holds your camera securely and allows it to be mounted on any platform with a standard Picatinny rail.
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Expected availability: 2-4 weeks
$49.95
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FotodioX RAIL-DOGZ-LOWPROFILE Overview

Mount your small camera onto Picatinny rails with the Low-Profile Fotodiox Picatinny Gun Rail Mount. This hard anodized black aluminum mount clamps securely onto your MIL-Spec Picatinny rail and holds your camera in place while you record. Suitable for use on a variety of shotguns, pistols, and other guns, this clamp enables mounting your camera onto your barrel to capture your gun-eye P.O.V. Designed and built to withstand the shock and force of repeated gunfire, this clamp holds your camera securely and allows it to be mounted on any platform with a standard Picatinny rail.

UPC: 847372037094

FotodioX RAIL-DOGZ-LOWPROFILE Specs

Material of ConstructionAluminum
MountingTo Camera: 1/4"-20 Threaded Screw
To Rail: Picatinny (MIL-STD 1913)
Dimensions2.2 x 2.1 x 0.9" / 5.59 x 5.33 x 2.29 cm
Weight3 oz / 85.05 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.35 x 3.15 x 1.25"
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