G-Force CAM Mount
Here's how to capture
the Money Shot
with one hand tied
behind your back...
you can shoot evocative photos, even with one hand tied behind your
back. Here’s how to do it:
Attach your camera to the G-Force CAM Mount
the mount to a window, mirror, the side of your boat,
or right on the fender of your car
Aim your camera and lock it in using the multiple adjustment
looking for journalistic acceptance
Once you line-up your shot, simply click away. One hand is all you
Only the G-Force CAM Mount gives you
creative freedom and artistic control
to capture that perfect shot.
The G-force CAM Mount features two adjusting knobs with
ratchet-locking teeth at each end. They clamp with vise-like force,
yet they tilt precise through 180-degrees, 210-degrees wide in
another plane, and rotate free through 360-degrees in a third plane.
the working end, ¼-20 camera stud, with dampening pad, securely
docks your camera to the Mount. This standard camera foot is a sure
fit for almost all cameras, from the Canon PowerShot I use to shoot
all my G-Force images, to a nosy CCTV surveillance camera, even that $43,000
Hasselblad H3DII. YIIKES!
this connects to a 3-1/2-inch inert, cast metal base with a
polypropylene vacuum cup driven by an over-centering locking cam.
The G-Force CAM Mount operates as simple as sucking soda through a
straw. Yet it sticks to any smooth, non-porous surface like a rash.
Hitch it to glass, Plexiglas, gelcoat… you can even stick it on the
fender of your car.
even when it's out of
The image you’re looking at is a
G-Force CAM Mount stuck to the front
quarter-panel of a Range Rover. Land Rover
G-Force Mount to carry its
VentureCAM, a wireless video camera that
transmits its image to the cabin.
Why would anyone want to do this?
It has become popular among Off-Roaders to
suspend video cameras at the extreme corners of
the vehicle to observe damaging obstacles that
cannot otherwise be seen from the driver’s seat.
Does it work? You bet! I attached a camera-loaded
G-Force Mount to my car. Then I made ten successive
80-mph runs on Interstate-64 between Exits 124 and
129. Next I parked the car in 100-degree heat over
the weekend. Finally, I took this photo –proof that
the G-Force CAM Mount stuck to the challenge.
there room for a G-Force CAM Mount in your car? It’s
not just for Off-Roaders, you know. Now, young
families can hang a baby monitor from the moonroof,
and point it at the back seat.
You can watch the kids squirm, without
doing the same.
This the most effective way to safely shoot photos
from the airplane cockpit. Whether you’re a working pro or
shutterbug, the G-Force CAM Mount is the smart choice for aerial expression.
that doesn't impress your audience,
them this story: Your G-Force CAM Mount is the very same one used by
the U.S Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to shoot some of their
own award winning, court-quality photo exhibits. It’s a real pain,
sitting all scrunched up in a grey Chevy van with mirror-tint
windows, waiting for the Money Shot to go down. They use the
same G-Force CAM Mount, as you do.
your G-Force CAM Mount here: