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#5827256 - 07/11/15 09:13 AM T-post camera mount
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Loc: New Braunfels, San Saba county
Seems there was a THF member who sold these mounts. The info was posted not long ago and I did not write the info down. Do you hve the information?

Thanks!

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#5827265 - 07/11/15 09:19 AM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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Loc: Keller, Tx
Gunnyart.com

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#5827295 - 07/11/15 09:49 AM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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I just wrap a piece of wire through the back brackets of my game camera and around the T post. It's been there for two years now without any problems.

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#5827315 - 07/11/15 10:18 AM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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I have a couple of these that I bought from Trailcampro the last time that I ordered new cameras. Multiple ways that the camera can be adjusted is a big plus. If you have a threaded insert on the bottom of your camera, these are very simple to use.




Trailcampro Tpost info


Slate River T Post mount info
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#5827344 - 07/11/15 10:43 AM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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I have made a couple different ones using a chunk of treated lumber in a ready mix concrete base. Work great and are very mobile.
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#5827376 - 07/11/15 11:14 AM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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thanks for the information and suggestions...appreciate it.

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#5828823 - 07/12/15 04:29 PM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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Pretty fancy stuff there. When I want to tilt mine up or down, I wedge a rock behind it. Left to right is done by just turning the camera in that direction. Keep It Simple smile

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#5828979 - 07/12/15 06:33 PM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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The Deerview Window guys have one.

T-post camera mount

Tie wire around a T-post is all I have done. A rock or cedar stick for adjustment.
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#5829113 - 07/12/15 07:51 PM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: EddieWalker]
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Originally Posted By: EddieWalker
Pretty fancy stuff there. When I want to tilt mine up or down, I wedge a rock behind it. Left to right is done by just turning the camera in that direction. Keep It Simple smile



we did that too but found a $20 stand that goes up or down, sideways, anyway you want - place it wherever you want - works much easier than tying onto a post, etc. Academy has them
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#5829257 - 07/12/15 09:05 PM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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Primos also has one. Don't waste your money.
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#5829476 - 07/13/15 05:04 AM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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I bought a camera tripod in a garage sale for $5 and used just the mast head and clamped it to a T-post with a hose clamp.
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#5829483 - 07/13/15 05:45 AM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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We run around 25 cameras and found these to work very well. Place anywhere and they swivel - can also raise and lower - use to bungee to a corner post, etc. This saves lots of time


http://www.academy.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product_10151_10051_716004_-1?ICID=CRT:021892963P
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#5830656 - 07/13/15 06:12 PM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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I done this, use a treated 2x6 8-10" long use pipe clamps through the wood and around the T post then mount the camera to the wood (shim as needed).
If to rocky to drive T post, fill pail with concrete with T post in middle and then the wood, good if no cattle.

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#5833146 - 07/15/15 02:20 PM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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Registered: 07/01/12
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Loc: Round Rock
iI have a couple from Gunnyart. solid product at a decent price. My covert cams doent exactly work well with them due to the back of the camera having bumps. it angles the cam to far down.

i was looking for something else and stumbled on this little do it yourself gem...
http://cambushcamo.com/blogs/news/9586237-do-it-yourself-trail-camera-mount


has both wood/tree and t post instructions. I am going to make a couple up and stick them out next lease trip.

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#5833809 - 07/15/15 11:56 PM Re: T-post camera mount [Re: Wilhunt]
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