The perfect boat camera mount for your kayak, cruiser, power boat, fishing boat, canoe and more.
Here are a few ideas for using your Sticky Pod boat camera mount:
- Boat camera mount for your kayak – with it’s redundant suction cups, the Sticky Pod stays in the roughest surf or rapids!
- Boat camera mount for fishing – don’t let the big one get away!
- Boat camera mount for your powerboat – attach directly to your outboard motor to video water skiing or tubing, stick to wood, fiberglass or carbon fiber, will not damage any surface.
- Boat camera mount for your voyages – Sticky Pods have the staying power to last for many weeks. Video an entire voyage with minimal effort on your part.
- Boat camera mount for your skip – keep your boat under surveillance at the marina with an IP camera
- Boat camera mount for docking in your slip – use a Sticky Pod for a temporary mount to help you dock your big boat
Since you use your existing camera, you’ll get crystal clear videos and pictures that you can share for a lifetime. Unlike those cheap wireless cameras, which have a terrible picture, the Sticky Pod boat camera mount produces crystal clear photographs and digital videos using your existing camera. Just clean, stick it on and you’re done. Nothing to screw in, no computer links or poor wireless reception like the competition. Just crystal clear videos and pictures from the photograph or digital video camera you already own.
Here are some Sticky Pod facts:
- Suction Force: 200 pounds! (that’s how much force it takes to pull the Sticky Pod Original or ProPak model straight off)
- To Release: Just roll up the edge of the suction cup with your finger to release the vacuum pressure.
- Dimensions: Rectangle – 11-1/2 X 9-1/2 inches, triangle – 8-1/2 X 9-1/2 (locked down in place)
- Extensions: solid black anodized CNC machined aluminum rods (not hollow tubes)
- Construction: All metal, no plastic at all.
- Weather Climate: sub-zero to 105 degrees F (it doesn’t get any hotter here in Denver)
- Duration: Up to 30 days when sitting still, around 4 hours in a very hostile (wavy or racing) environment.
- Speed Limit: At least 175 MPH! (We do not know the Sticky Pod’s speed limit!)
So which model should you select? If you have a small space, such as a kayak or a surfboard, use either a My Sticky Pod or a Dash Cam. If you have a larger camera and a full size boat, like a Sony FX1, Panasonic DVX100 or Canon XL-2, you’ll need the Original, ProPak or Director.
Anyone can buy a camera… it’s what you do with it that counts!