Nikon Binoc-U-Mount Binocular Tripod Adapter

Nikon Binoc-U-Mount Binocular Tripod Adapter

Nikon Binoc-U-Mount Binocular Tripod Adapter

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  • Easy Hands-Free Use
  • Ideal for Mid- to Full-Sized Binoculars
  • Reduces Vibrations and Arm Fatigue
  • Dual Straps Secure Optic to Tray
  • Standard 1/4"-20 Tripod Mount
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Enjoy smooth and easy hands-free viewing without vibrations or arm-fatigue with the Nikon Binoc-U-Mount Binocular Tripod Adapter, even if the optic isn't equipped with a traditional mounting hole. Two straps secure just about any mid- to full-sized binocular to the base tray, which can then be attached to any photo/video/field tripod outfitted with a 1/4"-20 mount.

UPC: 018208008209
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Nikon Binoc-u-Mount specs

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Package Weight 0.31 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.15 x 4.4 x 0.85"

Nikon Binoc-u-Mount reviews

Binoc-U-Mount Binocular Tripod Adapter is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very effective for the money I wanted to get some good wildlife pictures in Yellowstone NP in September 2015. I bought a pair of Nikon Monarch 7 8X42 Binoculars, the Carson iPhone 6 Plus Hookupz and the Nikon BINOCUMOUNT to hold the binoculars steady on my tripod. Your iPhone can then zoom on the binocular image which makes it virtually distortion free. You'll have to fidget with it a little to get it fixed on the subject and also be sure your tripod is steady in windy conditions. For the money, I was very pleased with the quality of zoom photos and HD videos at 300+ yards.
Date published: 2015-11-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from One size fits some Steiner makes nice individual focus porro prism binoculars with the awful design deficiency of lacking a tripod adapter socket. This device solves that for some models. It will fit the Steiner 8X30 Military Marine porro prism binoculars, and probably something a little bigger. It works well for what it fits. It is not big enough for the 10X50 Police or porro prism models of similar size. The models that it does not fit are among those for which tripod use would be especially desirable.
Date published: 2012-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good for binos without mount provisions I mount my binoculars on my tripod for extended glassing sessions while searching for big game in desert and alpine terrain. I bought this for use with Leica Geovid binoculars, which do not have a threaded provision for mounting. It works satisfactorily, but is not as good as binos with a normal threaded mounting provision and adapter.
Date published: 2010-04-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Nikon Binoc-u-mount The product is easy to use.It is well built and it fits my tripod well. My Nikon Travelite V Zoom binocular are just barely big enough to use the Binoc-u-mount, but for binoculars that are any smaller, I have my doubts that it would work. I can leave it on my binoculars and wear the binoculars around my neck, which allows me to also use the tripod with my camera without have to take the binoculars out of the Binoc-u-mount. I really like that. All in all I like the Binoc-u-mount. I think it would work very well with larger binoculars.It is just NOT made for smaller, travel size binoculars, which is really too bad. This is really the only downside to the Binoc-u-mount that I see.....
Date published: 2013-08-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Designed For Full Sized Binoculars Got this for a Nikon Monarch 7 10x42 binocular. Older hands not as steady as 20 years ago and needed something to provide a bit more stability on my mono pod. Well, this wasn't really designed for compact or smaller binoculars. There is a hard platform that is 6 inches across that serves as the base. The Monarch 7 10x42 is a bit over 5 inches wide when it is flat. Adjusting for the eyes it is even less, maybe 4.5 inches in my case. This makes for some wiggle room even with the Velcro strips pulled tight (see picture). Not the most secure setup. Of course with the strips tight it affects the spread of the binocular. The platform is firm but not solid, so I tried bending it. Got it to match the size of the adjusted binoculars. Unfortunately the Velcro does not run the length of the straps and I exceeded the contact area for the Velcro to hold. Flattened the platform and it holds the binoculars loosely again. For regular 7x50 or other full sized binoculars it works okay. I tried it with an older pair of 10x50 and 7x50 binoculars and they fit fine. But for the smaller more compact binoculars, like the Monarch 7's, not so much so. I also have a Monarch 7 8x30 (smaller than the 10x42) and it is so loose when on the Binoc-u-Mount I wouldn't even consider it. Thank goodness for the wider field of view on those. If the base was flexible and the Velcro ran the length of the straps, this would be a great product usable for any binocular. As it is, it only works well with full sized binoculars. I also have the smaller Bushnell Universal Tripod Mount for Binoculars. The Bushnell has a 4 13/16 inch square baseplate. It works better on the Monarch 7's (both 8x30 and 10x42). The reason I got the Binoc-u-Mount was because of the Velcro straps. I figured it would be easier to use instead of the snap and pull strap of the Bushnell. It's not worth the effort to return the Binoc-u-Mount and they are usable on the older binoculars, so I will keep it. It can still be used as just a platform, but not how I wanted to use it. 5 stars for full sized binoculars, 3 for compact. So I will give it 4 stars especially since the primary reason for purchasing it was for the more compact Monarch 7's.
Date published: 2016-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works for Zeiss 10x56 Night Owl Worked well. Holds firmly, no chance of falling out. Plenty of extra room for even larger binoculars.
Date published: 2012-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A ZIP to use! Since we already have spotting scopes and the quick-attachments for each on the tripods I had to find another method to mount the long-range binocs I had. This mount not only is very flexible and can hold any roof or prism set but also can be quickly folded up to put away before we move to new sites! The velcro-type straps hold firmly and easily attach/detatch for quick use. Priced right too!
Date published: 2011-04-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I would buy this product again I use this for star gazing and ocassionally for birding. It was a little cumbersome to mount my binoculars at first, but with a little practice I got the hang of it and it works just fine. It holds your binoculars securly and considering it works with any make or model, I'm impressed.
Date published: 2011-08-17
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