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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 7, 2010
To begin, I'll give it four stars for now after having it only a week and running it through its paces with several cameras. I suspect its a five star product but can't confirm that from a standpoint of long term durability yet with such short ownership. Versatility-wise this clamp is a jewel. I've got a half dozen still and video cameras and they will all see "action" with this handy clamp and camera mount since its rated for 4 lbs. and engineered to handle up to 6 lb. cameras in a pinch. The clamp itself is very strong solid aluminum and will never fail to provide the holding strength needed on whatever substrate it will attach to -- tree branch, water pipe, electrical conduit, car window, table edge, atv/bike/snowmobile handlebars, or a tripod leg. The rest of the components are reinforced nylon and injection molded parts that provide the light weight and should hold up well. The adjustments on this unit allow absolutely any angle of camera view you will ever need. Essentially the camera can be moved in all three dimensions for perfect pan/tilt alignment of the scene or shot. I have even configured the components to allow it to sit solidly on the table top for shooting macro close ups of items. It will just fit in my blue jeans pocket if needed and is perfect for taking on backpack trips. Lastly this product is Made in USA. I'll buy another if I ever need one.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I ordered this clamp for my go pro camera. Its very well made and will do the trick. The bar extending from the front and back is metal. Very strong and can support any small cam and especially great for the go pro
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 23, 2010
This indeed is the best camera mounting accessory I have ever encountered and have personally used. I am an action camera POV fanatic who was hunting down for the best mounting accessories in the market which I could pair with my trusty Vholdr Contour HD 1080p. (Vholdr makes probably one of the best action cameras to date but their mounting accessories are either poorly designed or made of poor material.)

The Ultra Clamp design is very well thought of. I nailed down about five secured mounting locations and configurations on my mountain bike and tested them on the first 30 mins I had this thing out of the box. So you could imagine how many camera perspectives I thought of the weekend after... a lot.

The product is made with high quality materials and feels like it is meant to withstand a lot of beating. The C-clamp has tremendous grip and works well with both round, square or any flat surface under 1.5 inches thick.

You can believe the high reviews like I did when I first read about this product
and just thank those who left their positive reviews once you have this in your hands.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on October 11, 2011
I bought this clamp for my Suzuki SV650S. It holds up pretty well when mounted on the side mirrors and windshield. With any mount camera shake can get a little annoying but the mount keeps it firmly in place. The mount swivels in many directions for different angles. Overall a very good clamp, I would definitely recommend it!

Update 3/3/2012:
After a while of using this clamp I have changed my mind. If I could go back I would get the go pro instead. The camera shake on this becomes unbearable after a while. It might be ok for bicycles but on a motorcycle it's too much camera shake. The rubber grips also started to slide off and the camera screw doesn't fit my kodak very well anymore. The camcorder turns now when riding, instead of staying in place.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on November 8, 2011
I was looking for a way to be able to remove my memory card quickly without having to fuss so much with the tripod. This gadget tripled my work but it has some nice features and some irritating ones. For a smallish camera (Panasonic FZ40), it is more than sufficiently sturdy but to release the camera (and access the memory card), the settings (positions) are lost. If they are important (which they are in my situation), this is not good, but worse even than that is the fact that two knobs have to twisted to loosen the locking feature so "quick" simply does not describe this but if I wanted to take time lapsed pictures and keep the camera in the same place for a long time, this would be great. I like the compact size and stability but the knobs are a nuisance.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on November 15, 2011
Pedco makes good camera mounting solutions. Good articulation for general photography or glassing but when using telephoto or zoom options may make it difficult for that perfect shot. When using zoom you might experience a steady drift which takes away from a centered shot. this drift can be corrected with adjustment of the Pedco. Be sure that your application is at least 1 inch in diameter or wide because the Pedco 2.5 will not fully close which leaves an approximate 1 inch gap. If this is a problem I would go with the Ultraclamp NOT the 2.5. I bought the 2.5 and had to use a piece of wood as a shim between the clamp for mounting on my glass window of my Jeep.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
An experiment to test a Pedco UltraClamp Assembly
Canon A3100 IS
attached to
The (very fat) front fork of my bike
using an
UltraClamp Assembly
It worked like a charm - Seriously.
I wouldon't try this wth your brand new DSLR though - the clamp will hold (I think) but fast stones, puddles and expensive glass don't mix.
The Canon A3100 IS is my old point and shoot that I haven't used for a long time. Downside is no HD video capability.

Clamp is incredibly well made and solid - no hint of any problems even bouncing across rough grassland at around 15 mph.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on April 4, 2012
Great device to go with your video or still camera. You can mount it just about anywhere. Its an inexpensive way to get camera angles you hadn't thought possible.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 7, 2011
Unfortunately you can't really clamp down very hard with the UltraClamp, as the metal will start to flex. I really wanted to like the clamp. There will probably be times when I find a use for the clamps, but I will NEVER use it for anything over a couple of pounds.

The specifications say the Maximum Safe Load is 6 pounds, meaning it should be able to support my DSLR with a mid-range zoom. And it does, but not securely enough to take my hands off the camera.

Still, I'll give it 2 stars because I can at least mount my P&S on it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 10, 2010
I like to make videos of my car, and previously the only option I had was holding the camera up while driving - not a safe or high quality method. I bought this mount so I could use the lip on my dash to hold the camera in place - the mount works excellently in this fashion! It's so sturdily clamped to the dash, that going over speedbumps doesn't even show up on the video - you hear the car go over the bumps but the mount is firmly in place and the camera doesn't shake a bit. The rubber on the opposite side of the clamp is great for protecting the surface you're clamping it to - I have clamped it to the window of my car without so much as a smudge left and the video came out without any shaking.

Overall I've had so much use for this mount, it's invaluable to me! Videos come out better without the shaking and I can drive without having to point the camera. A mount like this comes in handy a lot more than you'd think, I think everyone should own one!
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