ATS RAM-B-149Z-C1U Motorcycle Camera and Video Mount

ATS RAM-B-149Z-C1U Motorcycle Camera and Video Mount

ATS RAM-B-149Z-C1U Motorcycle Camera and Video Mount

B&H # ATRAMB149ZC1 MFR # RAM-B-149Z-C1U
ATS RAM-B-149Z-C1U Motorcycle Camera and Video Mount

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  • Zinc Coated U-Bolt Rail Base
  • RAM Universal 1/4"-20 Thread
  • 1" Diameter Ball
  • Mount for Still/Moving Cameras

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The Delvcam RAM-B-149Z-C1U Motorcycle Camera and Video Mount, with a zinc coated U-bolt rail base, consists of a 1" diameter ball and a 1/4"-20 thread centered on a 2.5" diameter plate. It acts as a mounting solution for both still and moving cameras. The base has a 1” diameter rubber ball that sits at right angles to the handlebars. It includes zinc coated U-bolts and nuts, which can fit the handlebars/tubular rails with diameter ranging from 0.5” to 1”. The mount is suitable when shooting on motorcycles, ATV’s, and other moving vehicles.

Zinc coated U-Bolt rail base
Consists of a 1" diameter ball and 1/4"-20 thread centered on a 2.5" diameter plate
Base has a 1" diameter rubber ball, which sits at right angles to the handlebars
Includes zinc coated U-bolts and nuts, which can fit the handlebars/tubular rails with diameter ranging from 0.5" to 1"
Acts as mounting solution for both still and moving cameras
Suitable when shooting on motorcycles, ATV's, and other moving vehicles
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ATS RAM-B-149Z-C1U Motorcycle Camera and Video Mount
  • 1-year Warranty
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    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.7 x 3.0 x 2.2"
    RAM-B-149Z-C1U Motorcycle Camera and Video Mount is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from ATV Cam The camera seems to work OK, but I haven't used it on the trails yet. Winter here and I won't be using it until spring. I had a hard time figuring out how to mount it to my helmet since my helmet is round and the mount must be on a flat surface. The only way I could mount it was to mount it on my goggles strap. I finally bought a mount for my handlebars that uses a Ram mounting system and that seems to be better. Not confident that I could turn on the camera on the helmet since you'd have to remove your helmet to see which way is on. Remote would be nice to have maybe.
    Date published: 2012-01-26
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