Dinkum Systems ActionPod

BH #DI3006 • MFR #3006
Dinkum Systems
Dinkum Systems ActionPod
Key Features
  • For Small Cameras with 1/4"-20 Thread
  • Eliminates the Use of Tripods
  • Single 5-Link Length-Adjustable Arm
  • Flexible Micro Adjustments
The Dinkum Systems ActionPod is a quick-attaching mount for small cameras. This clamping monopod provides a stable base and the flexibility to mount any small device with a 1/4"-20 tripod thread.
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Dinkum Systems ActionPod Overview

The Dinkum Systems ActionPod is a quick-attaching mount for small cameras. This clamping monopod provides a stable base and the flexibility to mount any small device with a 1/4"-20 tripod thread.

You can easily mount the ActionPod on virtually any surface up to 1.5" thick such as trees, bike handles, car doors, ski-poles, doorframes, backpacks, tabletops, or even a skateboard. This flexible monopod features a single 5-link, micro-adjustable arm for quickly finding the right position for a shot.

Designed to mount small devices that have a 1/4"-20 tripod thread, such as your GoPro, Sony ActionCam, point-and-shoot, small video camera, flash unit, radar detector, GPS unit, and onboard lights.
Eliminates the need for use of tripods
Offers a stable, micro-adjustable, and length-adjustable platform
5-link 8" arm for precise positioning of a camera or other device
Can be attached onto any surface up to 1.5" thick
Allows mounting the camera on trees, bike handles, car doors, ski poles, doorframes, backpacks, tabletops, or even skateboards
Suitable for mounting devices quickly without the use of tripods, locking arms, adhesive bases, or suction mounts
Can be used with other Dinkum Systems' interchangeable heads and bases (sold separately) to attach a range of products to meet on-set challenges
UPC: 850884003006

Dinkum Systems ActionPod Specs

Compatible WithDevices with 1/4"-20 camera-type thread
Payload3 lb / 1.36 kg
Base TypeClamp, mounts on 1.5" / 3.81 cm thick surfaces
Length8" / 20.32 cm
Weight6 oz / 170 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.39 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.05 x 4.85 x 1.45"
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Can I make it shorter?
Asked by: Anonymous
The sections can be removed or added to the Actionpod.
Answered by: Graham N.
Date published: 2021-01-31

Anyone used this with a small action cam mounted ...

Anyone used this with a small action cam mounted on a moving car? Wondering how much video shake I would get. (Arm will be aligned vertically, not laterally.)
Asked by: Scott
As the arm would likely add vibration to the camera, we would recommend the GoPro Suction Cup Mount for best results, but in either case, you would likely need to use in camera stabilization or to stabilize the footage in editing. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/999131-REG/gopro_aucmt_302_suction_cup_mount.html
Answered by: Eric
Date published: 2021-05-27

question

Does the gooseneck unscrew from the clamp? It appears that it might. I only need the gooseneck but it has to have a 1/4 -20 male on one end and a 1/4 -20 female on the other.
Asked by: Timothy
Isnt no possible
Answered by: abel s.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

How tightly would this grip the crossbar of Something like a Ronin-M? Id like to attach a monitor or Atomos Shogun and be able to quickly/easily adjust its viewing angle. Will it stay firmly attached and not slip?
Asked by: Jon
It's a very tight grip but it all comes down to weight. If the object is too heavy it will make the crossbar sag.
Answered by: Jim K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can you pan with this without affecting up and down position?
Asked by: James S.
No you can't pan. And if you try, it will not be smooth at all. I use it for mounting my go pro pretty much anywhere. With an adapter and you can clamp your go pro.
Answered by: benjamin h.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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does the clamp open enough to grab a door?
Asked by: Anonymous
The short answer is no ... the clamp has a quite tight action to allow use on relatively small thickness/diameter objects. If you did manage to open clamp far enough you may just manage it- but be careful of scuffing and minor damage when you remove!
Answered by: DAMIAN E.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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