Stage Ninja Scorpion CAM-12-MB Flexible Magnet Mount

Stage Ninja
Stage Ninja Scorpion CAM-12-MB Flexible Magnet Mount
Key Features
  • For Cameras & Audio Recorders
  • 1/4"-20 Screw for Device Mounting
  • Flexible 12" Long Gooseneck
  • 60 lb Rated Industrial Magnet Base
The Scorpion CAM-12-MB Flexible Magnet Mount from Stage Ninja is a sturdy 12"-long gooseneck mount for a camera, compact camcorder, or digital audio recorder – any small device with a standard 1/4"-20 thread.

The CAM-12-MB mount features an industrial magnet as its base. It's rated to 60 lb (27 kg) and will attach securely to most metal surfaces. You can mount your camera, recorder, or camcorder and orient the 360° gooseneck in almost any position, for self-recording or for time-lapse photography.

Made in the U.S., the CAM-12-MB mount carries a lifetime warranty.

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Is the magnet portion removable? I'd like to thread this into my camera cage to hold a monitor.
Asked by: Erol C.
The magnet may very well be held on by a screw. Definitely the joint that holds the magnet is removable. Then of course you need a screw joint. So you might consider Stage Ninja SSA-Kit Scorpion Accessory Kit for Scorpion Series Mounts with 3/4 Gooseneck plus the Stage Ninja Scorpion Series Mic to Camera/AV Device Adapter. The end of the arm could go into the cage and the Adapter would hold the monitor.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Is the flexible area covered with silicone or ...

Is the flexible area covered with silicone or just painted?
Asked by: Robert
It is not covered in silicone, it is also not a paint. It is just the color of the plastic.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-11-13


How much can it carry? Will it carry a D5200 with a Sigma 18-200
Asked by: Jacob H.
My Proof CAM 03 weighs in at 1lb 12oz and at full horizontal extension it's on the verge of letting go. It's easily held up with a 90 deg bend to vertical which lessens the leverage. You're at 2lbs 2oz so would probably hold in the vertical.
Answered by: Michael B.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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