Please post ideas for security features, mounting brackets and stands. Please include photos and designs for everyone to see.
By Remi
#253729
I"m looking for a ground type stand for my Red 40 to hide it better and make it easier to setup exactly where I want. Does anyone have any reviews/feedback on the HME Trail Camera Holder – Ground Mount? I like that it looks solid and the head is fully adjustable.

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By Passingthrough
#253732
I don't have this particular mount, but I do buy a lot of HME products and I find them very well thought out, practical, and durable products. I have the HME screw in camera arm. I love it!
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By T-post
#253735
I'm possibly biased towards my own products, but I'd recommend my T-Post Mount. My objective with this mount is to have a rock solid mount that isn't easily altered by livestock or wildlife. Some guys feel that they need to have a lot of up and down aiming adjustment, but honestly that's not the real world case, you just don't need much tilt adjustment. In the unlikely event that some tilt adjustment is needed, you simply pull or push the T-Post a little to get the proper angle. Left and right adjustment is what's really most important.
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Here's a link to the T-Post Mount page:
http://murphymetalart.com/trailcamera.html
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By johnnydeerhunter
#253738
Pat, you can put the post in leaning forwards a little and then use a rock or stick to adjust the mount up to the correct angle.

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By johnnydeerhunter
#253744
I think the stick in between the mount and the post should still work though.

https://youtu.be/WPpZcMRTjnE

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