Marshall Electronics Four-Point Vibration Absorbing Bracket for Micro Broadcast Cameras

BH #MACVM3 • MFR #CVM-3
Marshall Electronics Four-Point Vibration Absorbing Bracket for Micro Broadcast Cameras
Key Features
  • For Stable Video on Drones, Bikes & More
  • 1/4"-20 Pass-Throughs on Top and Bottom
  • Rubber Grommet Vibration Absorption
The Four-Point Vibration Absorbing Bracket is designed to support Marshall Electronics micro broadcast cameras, such as the CV503 or CV506. It features 1/4"-20 pass-through holes on the top and bottom, allowing you to mount the camera on top while attaching the bracket to various supports. When it's used in applications involving motors, helicopters, drones, bikes, boats, and the like, its rubber grommets will absorb some of the vibration that's caused, allowing you to capture more stable video. Mounting screws are not included.
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Marshall Electronics CVM-3 Overview

The Four-Point Vibration Absorbing Bracket is designed to support Marshall Electronics micro broadcast cameras, such as the CV503 or CV506. It features 1/4"-20 pass-through holes on the top and bottom, allowing you to mount the camera on top while attaching the bracket to various supports. When it's used in applications involving motors, helicopters, drones, bikes, boats, and the like, its rubber grommets will absorb some of the vibration that's caused, allowing you to capture more stable video. Mounting screws are not included.

UPC: 801813187847

Marshall Electronics CVM-3 Specs

Mount Type
1/4"-20 Pass-Through Holes
Dimensions
3 x 3 x 1" / 7.6 x 7.6 x 2.5 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.08 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.2 x 3.25 x 0.85"

Marshall Electronics CVM-3 Reviews

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We are creating Oak shelving 34" x 8" to mount ...

We are creating Oak shelving 34" x 8" to mount the PTZ Optic live stream camera. Would it be better to mount 4 Brackets between the stationary shelf and floating camera shelf or just 1 bracket under the camera attached to the stationary shelf?
Asked by: David
The Marshall brackets are designed to be used individually for mounting small cameras onto drones or bicycles. The PTZ cameras weigh significantly more. It is not designed for a static shelf mount.
Answered by: Dov
Date published: 2020-10-02

What is the maximum load capacity for this ...

What is the maximum load capacity for this product? How many LBs Max.?
Asked by: Erick
The Marshall Electronics CVM3 will have a Max weight of 500g when used in motion and a Hold max weight of 1kg when stationary.
Answered by: Whitney H
Date published: 2023-11-16

There appear to be larger holes besides the 1/4 ...

There appear to be larger holes besides the 1/4 20" holes in this vibration absorbing bracket. Do these holes accept 3/8 16" screws?
Asked by: Rahul
This does not have 3/8-16” threads.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-03-22

We are creating an oak shelf 34" x 8" to hold an ...

We are creating an oak shelf 34" x 8" to hold an PTZ Optic camera for live streaming. Would it be better to mount 4 of these brackets between the stationary shelf and the corners of the floating camera shelf or just mount 1 bracket between the stationary shelf and the camera?
Asked by: David
The Marshall Electronics Four-Point Vibration Absorbing Bracket for Micro Broadcast Cameras will only have a 3" x 3" x 1" surface for light weight cameras like the Marshall Electronics CV503. With the small payload limit allowed, I do not believe using multiple units will help stabilize/support the weight of your PTZ camera and shelf.
Answered by: Whitney H
Date published: 2020-10-26

What frequency of vibrations does this dampen?

What frequency of vibrations does this dampen?
Asked by: Kyle
The frequency specification is not published. Generally speaking, it would be very low frequencies that would be dampened/absorbed by this device.
Answered by: Mark S
Date published: 2019-07-17

I'm looking for a solution to mount a video fluid ...

I'm looking for a solution to mount a video fluid head to the top of a small wooden wall for livestreaming athletics from a media tower. Is it possible to mount a video fluid head (Such as Manfrotto, Benro) to the center of this on top, after securing the base to the top of the wall with screws?
Asked by: NHS
I do not see why not. Sounds like a plan.
Answered by: Mark S
Date published: 2019-07-30
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