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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Panavise 809 Camera Window Suction-Cup Mount
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Panavise 809 Camera Window Suction-Cup Mount

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Description

  • Allows Users To Quickly Move Cameras From Vehicle To Vehicle Or Location To Location
  • 1/4-20 Stud With Lock Ring
  • Powerful Suction Pad Attaches To Any Smooth, Flat, Nonporous Surface Including Windows, Sheet Metal, Fiberglass, Etc.
  • Full Range Of Motion At The Camera-knob Adjustment 210 Degree Tilt, 360 Degree Turn and 360 Degree Rotation
  • Ratcheted Arm Has 140 Degree Vertical Motion
  • Suction pad is 3.4' (86.4mm) in diameter
  • Overall length is approximately 4.5' (114.3mm)
  • Recommended for cameras weighing up to 3 lbs. (1.4kg)
  • Combine with the PanaVise 3-inch extension (model#: 812-03) which provides extra versatility and clearance for mounting cameras on steep windshields

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Customer Reviews

The Big Mama Jama. This is the big mama jama of suction cup mounts. I've only used it twice so far, but both times it is incredibly strong and doesn't let up. I can use it to pick up the steel hood of my car! ( like 28 lbs I believe). Adjustments are easy to make and stay where you've left them. Excellent suction mount, especially for the low price! (I mean... except for those complete trash suction mounts that are like 10 bucks... but please dont even try those.. they're REALLY bad)Update:I have now owned this camera for 2.5 years and damn. This thing never quits. It does appear worn, but definitely not broken. The construction is very high quality and the clamps are very well made. I have run it in salt water, fresh water, in the air, on cars, on helmets, on windows on buiildings, on the side of a bus, on the dashboard of my sand rail and untold number of other places. I wont say it's perfect, because it's not, but if you're shopping for a 100% vibration free suction cup for a small dlsr for under 30 dollars then I would suggest you look elsewhere. If you're looking for a suction cup mount that has almost never let go on me (only once... and that was because i put it on a grimy dirty piece of pot metal... which was very foolish)this is it. I left it on the side of my car going 80 mph for 4 hours and it didnt quit. It's probably good enough for your needs.I will, however, be replacing this with another of the same at the end of this year because of all the salt water use this has seen I am worried some components I cannot see are rusting away. It's just about as tight as ever, however. 5Very pleased with the Panavise 809 The Panavise 809 does exactly what it is supposed to do: It sticks securely to a smooth surface through its large suction cup; It holds you camera steady with little vibration in a moving vehicle and certainly better than handheld; It releases easily and stores with little footprint. One caveat though: My unit did not come with the extension arm pictured in some user reviews. I did call Panavise as some suggested and the courteous Panavise rep told me that the unit does not come with the extension arm but that she would ship one to me immediately. All I had to do is give her the Pat N . Not quite sure how long Panavise will honor such requests, but in reality without the extension arm the use of the Panavise 809 on a windshield interior with a acute rake will not be effective, unless you camera is very low profile or you mount the camera upside down.Construction appears substantial. For the money it is worth it and I would trust the Panavise 809 to hold my camera on the exterior of the vehicle. In fact, I will. Adjustments are easy. Would certainly buy again, but only with the extension arm or as long as that is being made available post Amazon sale. Perhaps Panavise should include it by default or Amazon should advise of the package contents so that buyers are not confused by the user pictures.Glad to give it a 4 star. Would have most certainly given it a 5 star were it not for the missing extension arm.Maestroso 4Excellent, but not for off-label use This clearly is designed to be a CCTV mount. As such, with most CCTV cameras having top mounted attachment, I have no doubt that it works flawlessly.It is very well constructed and does indeed have amazing suction power and solid construction without any "wriggles".I bought it hoping that I could use it on the fairly steeply raked windshield of a late model Civic to film driving routes with my digital camera. Even though I have a low profile "ultracompact" digital camera, there was not enough room between the windshield and the mount to allow me to mount the camera - unless I mounted it upside down, which I obviously could not do because of the inability to rotate the resulting movie.FORTUNATELY I discovered that the Civic has a flat non-porous ( i.e. plastic ) top gauge cover, and was able to mount it on that. But the vast majority of cars have curved top gauge covers, so I don't think this will be suitable for any but a few car models for the purpose I'm using it for.If Panavise could come up with the same assembly and a U - shaped holder for mounting a camera with a standard tripod screw thread from the bottom, BELOW the mount - now that would be far more useful. 4It fastens so well it could be considered permanent This is a great mount, I've had this on an outside window of my house for 2 months through the winter. It was temporarily holding a camera weighing roughly 1/2 lb. I just recently removed the mount from the window and it was stuck on there very well, no chance of it falling off. The threaded mount is perfect for whatever you might want to attach to it. I have a similar designed Panavise mount for my GoPro and I stick that on the side of my truck with 100% confidence it's not going anywhere. I have also stuck these mounts to the go-kart bodies at Pole Position and never had it come off. This is a great universal mount, I highly recommend it for quick temporary mounting. 5suction cup mount for tiny cameras This is a suction cup mount for very small point and shoot cameras. It arrived in a box with a sheet of instructions. You press it against clean glass, push the air out with the PRESS button, and pull the locking lever. Then attach a camera, and that's it. I use it for a small fuji point and shoot all weather camera in my Toyota Yaris. Works as described.Pros: low cost, ease of use, versatile.Cons: short mount arm - almost impossible to use on windshields, poorly written - contradictory instructions, flexible = added camera bounce.Summary, this device is intended to be used on nearly vertical or horizontal glass, not a sloping windshield. The only way it can be used on a windshield is if the camera was upside down. It is designed to be used only with tiny lightweight digital cameras.On my car, on the windshield, when the arm is extended up for a normally positioned camera mount, there is not enough clearance between the top of the camera mounting screw and the windshield for any device. Maybe your vehicle windshield has less of an angle than my Yaris and it may work for you. And use on a door window doesn't work because there is not enough clearance to see around the roof support column to look out the windshield. It might work from a sunroof or a bathroom mirror, but only for a tiny point and shoot camera. I should try mounting it to the car hood. I did try once mounting it on the outside of the car on the windshield but feared I would earn a ticket for doing so.additional comment: After trying a few other suction cup mounts, I revert back to this one because of it's short size it adds minimal camera vibration. However, the camera you use on this must be very small because it is difficult for the camera mounting surface to give enough clearance from the mount itself to put much of anything on it. This is a great mount for the Ego digital camera. I have never had the suction cup come off even once yet. 4Excellent Motorcycle Mount for camera or GPS! I bought this item to mount a very small lightweight camera (ATC3K)to my motorcycle and what initially attracted me to this item was the fact that it was advertised to handle 3 lb cameras. At only $20 this was a great bargain. With this in mind, I figured it would stand up to some abuse while using it mounted to my gas tank and to the fairings of my Suzuki GSXR. After recieving the unit through the post I opened up the package to find a rather heavy duty item. This thing just looked like it was designed to be put through the wringer. I immediately attached it to a mildly smooth table (not glass). I was amazed how strong the sution cup was when affixed and clamped down! I then mounted it to my tank and took it for a ride and sure as anything, that thing just stuck like it was welded to my tank. Playing back the footage I can see that it actually did a decent job of providing a little bit of cushion to the imperfections of the road while using the camera on some not-too-smooth roads. I was expecting much more shaky footage than I got from my camera. The ultimate test was my track bike. I have fibreglass bodywork on my track bike that I rattle canned myself when I bought the bike. I was never much concerned with looks so much as I just wanted the bike useable. When I rattle-canned the bodywork, the paint ran a little bit and I have imperfections where I mounted the suction cup. Nevertheless, that sucker stuck to my imperfect bodywork like it was welded on! I tried just the mount first. Then I mounted the camera on the side of the bike. AMAZING! I have heard some people are using this primarily for smooth surfaces like glass but I personally report that it will work on imperfect relatively smooth surfaces such as motorcycle fairings, unprofessionally painted surfaces, and the like.Pros: Cheap price, VERY sturdy materials, strong suction cup attached very well, fast shipping, standard universal camera bolt, compact size.Cons: None I could find.Bottom Line: BUY IT!!! You won't be disappointed. 5Panavise Quality Back in 1995 I worked for a company making dash cams for police cars, at the time we were using PANAVISE parts and attaching to a rear view mirror mount, this is worlds better no need to glue an extra mirror mount to your windshield. I use it with a Sony Handycam with a wide angle lens adapter and a NPFV-70 battery and it is rock solid. I have also used it on my range vent hood to video cooking (well I don't 100% trust it there so I pack a 2 pound jogging ankle weight in the cabinet with a mini-bungee cord and a carabiner just in case). I would recommend a loop of parachute cord off the sun visor clipped to the camera or mount in automotive use, just in case but I did drive around all day back roads, highway, sun, shade and there was no sign it was going to loose it's leach-like grip.Very nice range of motion on all axis. You can buy a cheap mount or you can buy the right mount for your camera (kind of like motorcycle helmet theory, if you have a $50 noggin buy a $50 helmet, this is the $500 Snell helmet of camera mounts) 5Solid as a rock I have owned this for over a year now and use it to mount my Kodak Playsport in my car windshield from time to time.I have a 2 hour ride home and see so much crazy stuff I use this to get video of it occasionaly.I have it at the top of my car windshield. and let me tell you.This mount is super stable for a suction cup mount.Its never fallen off. Its very solidly built. Its been in the hot sun and in the freezing cold. Never once did it lose its solid gripof the window. If you take the time to clean the glass a little and then apply this to that cleaned spot it should only come offwhen you want it to.I only took it down after 1 year because I wanted to move it.I have my Kodak Playsport hanging upside down from this, this limits how bad the vibration can be, also you cars suspension has a lot to do with thatas well. I go over an old wooden plank bridge on my way home and thats the only time vibration is ever an issue.Smooth any other time, that is saying a lot considering its just a little 2006 honda civic I'm driving.I would get another one if my current one ever failed for any reason.AND.....ITS MADE IN THE USA heck yeah !!! 5Surprised at quality, good buy for the price! I have a Prime account and paid an extra $4 for overnight shipping. I placed my order at 4:00 PM Eastern Time on a Friday, sure enough, by the time I checked my email Saturday morning for a tracking number, it was already on my porch!Pros:This item is surprisingly heavy duty.It has a mostly aluminum construction.The suction cup is amazingly strong!Very adjustable, the arm and mounting point rotate all different directions allowing many options.Cons:If you wanted to shoot "road footage" as I did (taking video of the road ahead while driving), this may not work w/o some modification when mounted to the windshield. I am using a Sony 1080HD Camcorder and the threaded mount on the bottom is in the wrong position to have the camera look ahead... if you purchased the extender arm which amazon offered (but I declined to purchase) it would most likely solve this problem. I machined a piece of aluminum flat-stock to move the mounting hole forward and it works... another option for road footage is to reverse the mounting arm (as described below) and mount the camera upside down and then use your computer to flip the image using Windows Movie Marker of another third party software...Hint:Where the main arm attaches to the suction cup, the bolt can be removed and the arm installed backwards to allow more mounting options.Overall, a great buy! 5Panavise 809 Camera Window Suction Cup Mount The cat's meow! The Panavise is pretty much a global standard for mounting lightweight cameras, including lightweight, memory card video cameras, to pretty much any flat, clean surface.Our city wasted who knows how much money on grinding down about 2 inches of concrete off of our 27 year-old street, which was in very good condition, then applied asphalt over the concrete that remained as the base. I needed to take a quick video of the length of our street to archive the very good condition of the already existing 27 year-old concrete. No problem. Got my Aiptek A-HD 720P camcorder, threaded it onto the Panavise 809 (1/4-20 thread), quickly cleaned a small spot on the hood of my CR-V, stuck the Panavise to that spot and threw the lockdown latch, then jumped in the car and went for a ride. When I got back home, I popped the Panavise off of the hood and reviewed the video. Perfect!Some folks use this or other versions of the Panavise 809 on the inside of their windshield to mount certain radar detectors or GPS devices which are equipped with threads. There are several models to choose from.Note: I had no hesitation mounting a $150 memory card camcorder onto this device. However, if you were mounting, say, a Canon 5D Mk II, for mobile video work, the Delkin Devices DDMOUNT-SUCTION Fat Gecko Double Knuckle Dual Suction Cup Camera Mount would probably be a better choice for your added piece of mind with a $2000 camera body, not to mention the cost of whatever lens you'd be using. 5
Panavise 809 Camera Window Suction-Cup Mount

Panavise 809 Camera Window Suction-Cup Mount

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€65,00
Sale price
€65,00
Regular price
€106,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€41,00)