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Railblaza "Camera Boom 600 Pro Series"

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Railblaza camera boom 600 pro series

Make & Model

Brand:
Railblaza
Model:
Camera Boom 600 - Pro Series
MSRP ($):
66.99

Kayak anglers looking to position their cameras for the perfect hero should need to check the "Camera Boom 600 Pro Series" by Railblaza. The Boom 600 Pro has five adjustment points allowing the kayak fishermen to get the perfect photo of his fish. The top platform is fully removable allowing you to use it as a low profile camera mount. 

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Railblaza Camera Boom 600

The Railblaza 60 Camera Boom is one of the best camera mounts that I have used, if not the best. I recently bought a 2nd one and extra mounts so I move it to other kayaks.

I mainly use GoPro Cameras for my videos and the platform on the Camera Boom is a secure connection.

The rotating access can be moved without having to loosen the settings, so you are able to change positions quickly to cover the action.

Most of the time I lower the boom against the kayak and leave it installed when transporting my kayak. The Starport mount is secure enough that you don't have to worry about losing the boom while trailering. I recently travelled over 2,500 miles pulling my kayak with the Boom attached to my kayak without any issues.

Being able to change camera angles on the fly is probably the biggest feature of this product from Railblaza.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
well built, 5 rotating axis, sturdy mount
Cons:
none
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