Primos looking 65502 trigger stick gen iii, camera mount plate

(8 customer reviews)

$10.69

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  • package dimensions :2. Zero cm l x 14. Nine cm w x 17. Four cm h
  • product kind :protection digicam
  • u . S . Of foundation:america
  • bundle weight :3. 0lbs

Availability: 188 in stock

SKU: C18AH0NDKT143 Category:

product description

trigger stick gen 3 digital camera mount plate functions: – designed to work with all cause stick gen 3 models – wellknown 1/4 inch -20 threaded publish fits maximum optics/cameras – quick detach layout.

8 reviews for Primos looking 65502 trigger stick gen iii, camera mount plate

  1. ericaz

    Oh man, soooo close. It is almost perfect. There’s just a few problems. On the good side, it operates super-smoothly, instantly locking solid exactly where you release the trigger. It is wonderful. The quick-release base lets me switch from binos to rifle rest easy enough. The lock ring that allows me to push the legs out a bit further is a godsend for difficult slopes. But it still is a two-hand tripod. There is a strap around the legs you have to undo before setup. You have to use the strap, because the legs don’t stay together otherwise. I tried different ways of shaking, dragging, prying the tripod after the strap is removed, and it’s hard to get all of the legs to spread out evenly. Inevitably, I end up using both hands no matter what I do to set it up. Once it’s up, it’s super-easy super-smooth one-hand operation. It’s a bit bulky. The poles are really lightweight, but the handle is big, heavy, and bulky. I was hoping to kind of carry this as a walking stick, but the weight made the handle really uncomfortable after a few miles, I had to strap it on my pack (see two-hand tripod). It’s just a bit *tall*. The shorter model is really short, and this one is just a smidge too tall, IMO. It’s too tall to use as a rifle rest from a normal chair. It’s a “stand-up” or “steep slope” tripod only, unless you want to spread the legs out past the locking ring, but then it’s not as stable. It seems like they could have made it an inch or two shorter, and covered almost everything. I don’t need a short one and a tall one. Overall, I’m pretty happy with it. It works really well when the situation is compatible. But it isn’t everything I hoped. It would be nice if it were a bit lighter, a bit shorter, and 1-hand deployable. Read more

  2. Amazon Customer

    Beware of answers you get to questions on this item. I asked if it would work with a Gen 2 stick and got a “yes” answer which is totally false. I purchased it based on this answer only to find that it has a totally different mounting system than the Gen 2. Couldn’t return due to fact the way it is packaged requires destroying the package to get it out. This is more of a review on the truthfulness of question answers than the product itself, which seems to be of a good quality based on visual examination since I couldn’t use it. Read more

  3. AirWorks Productions

    Love this product. I’m a real estate photographer and this makes my job so much faster and easier I can’t even totally explain it. It is definitely a all-terrain quick tripod that goes 95% of everywhere I need. The only 5% left is the super tight low bathroom shots that I need on top of counters are in that corner behind the bathtub etc. I have four or five other tripods and this is my go to for real estate photography. Read more

  4. Robert Powell

    This Primos Shooting Stick is a tripod and the legs are extendable to whatever height that you need it. It also has a device on top to cradle a rifle stock and that can be removed to put a binocular mounting device in it’s place. On uneven ground, you just pull the trigger then level the stick to a perfect angle. Read more

  5. M

    This new version definitely worked out some of the shortfalls (IMO) of the prior version. Very versatile, I purchased extra shoes to allow for a quick change between binoculars , camera and rangefinder. Work quickly and fast height/angle adjustment. Read more

  6. Amazon Customer

    don’t work on tripods that are not primos .waisted time and money on v-mount and base. Read more

  7. Roel Benavidez

    Purchased another quick attachment for switching my bino adapter. Sticks are awesome quick trigger change for height variations. I can’t wait to put it out in the field. Read more

  8. Jeffrey Ricks

    fits on the stick correctly & works fine on everything I’ve tried. Read more

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