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    video camera mount?

    This isn't really a hammock-specific question, but in the trip reports on this site, I see people video recording themselves by somehow placing the video camera at the end of their hiking pole. What camera mount are they using to do that? Anyone know?

    Thanks.

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    http://www.thestickpic.com/

    There ya go.

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    Thanks! That's exactly what I was looking for.

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    Just make sure that you give them the proper hiking pole tip # for the proper fit. Nice lil' item.....
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    i use the ultra pod mini tripod...gives you a few more options then the stickpic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by storm1 View Post
    i use the ultra pod mini tripod...gives you a few more options then the stickpic.
    Same here, considered getting a stick pick because it is lighter and smaller, but the ultra pod is a little more versatile.
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    I've been using the Ultra Pod. I can lash it to my raft frame easily when it's folded, or use it as a tripod, and it's easy to adjust where it's pointed. I use the medium sized one, so attaching it to a trekking pole would be difficult. Now that I've seen the Stickpic, I might have to get one of those as well. Looks easy to use, and not very pricey.
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    i use the stickpic but watch my German buddy at about 50 seconds
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-MurF_qvjE

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