Snapzoom Universal Binocular Tripod Mount

BH #SNSZM • MFR #SZ-M
Key Features
  • Works with Most Binoculars
  • For Binoculars without a Tripod Socket
  • Strap Secures Binoculars to Platform
  • Adjustable Nylon Webbing Strap
The Snapzoom Universal Binocular Tripod Mount is compatible with most binoculars on the market, and it is designed for binoculars without a tripod socket. The binocular secures to the top of the platform with an adjustable nylon webbing strap, so the platform can attach to a tripod with a 1/4"-20 male thread.
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Snapzoom SZ-M Overview

The Snapzoom Universal Binocular Tripod Mount is compatible with most binoculars on the market, and it is designed for binoculars without a tripod socket. The binocular secures to the top of the platform with an adjustable nylon webbing strap, so the platform can attach to a tripod with a 1/4"-20 male thread.

UPC: 852676005038

Snapzoom SZ-M Specs

Binocular MountingStrap
Tripod Mounting1/4"-20 Female
MaterialsPolycarbonate, Nylon
Dimensions7 x 3.2 x 1" / 2.8 x 1.3 x 0.4 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.395 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.8 x 3.5 x 1.5"
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What is the the max weight this mount will hold? I have the Celestron 25x70 SkyMaster Binocular. Weight 3.25#
Asked by: Paul
Unfortunately they do not publish a weight limit but the Celestron 25x70 comes with it's own tripod mount already so you will not need the Snap Zoom. If you have misplaced the Celestron adapter, Please take a look at the following link for the replacement: https://bhpho.to/2KPwAlA
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2019-08-15

When the strap puts pressure on the binoculars,is ...

When the strap puts pressure on the binoculars,is it easy to adjust the IPD ?
Asked by: samuel
If it can be moved independent of the tubes, there's no problem. For most binos, however, make it snug enough to hold the binos in place, make your adjustment, then tighten it down. That's the easiest way to do it. You can adjust them once it's pulled tight, but not as easily.
Answered by: Andrew
Date published: 2021-03-04
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