Gorilla Camera Arm

Priced: $39.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 10 reviews.
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Gorilla Camera Arm - A professional camera mount at an affordable price! Lightweight, aluminum construction makes this camera arm no problem to carry in and out of the woods. With an extension arm that swings 180°, forearm and camera head adjustability of 360°, 180° camera head tilt, quick- release camera mount, bubble level, ratcheted 4-point mounting plate and smooth quiet operation. Weight rating: 4 lbs. Weight: 3 lbs.

Features:

  • Ratcheted mounting plate for smooth operation
  • Forearm and camera head are adjustable to 360°
  • Extension arm swings 180°
  • Lightweight, aluminum design for easy transport
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Positive Reviews:

Affordable, Works as Advertised.

This is a great product based on price, quality, easy of use. Better than others at simlar price point. One big plus is the base, it's metal and has good grip teeth to dig into ruff bark and take hold; no slippage. I left the mount & first arm attached all bow & gun deer season in 2009 and would carry the rest to and from the stand every hunt. In the dark, I'd just slide the rest in and tighten and be up and ready in minutes. The first arm only squeeked a couple times in early morning cold (teen degrees) upon first movement, but it would be fine after that. I used a Sony MiniDVD Handycam with it. Product still looks great 2yrs later. Worked great on hunts, but do wish it had either longer arms or one more arm. Missed getting footage of my kill on 12pt buck of a lifetime that came in on me on the opposite side of the tree I had it mounted. Arms aren't long enough to reach around you when you are facing away from the base, so it must be manuvered between you and tree to get to that angle. I didn't have time nore patience to pass up shooting that buck. I didn't use it for 2010 season but will when I get a better camera. For 2010 I used Kodak Zi8 with Deer Ridge Gun and Bow Camera Mount. Both of those are great too! I would recommend using this product for anyone interested in getting good steady footage of your hunt. It's a do it yourself product if you can multitask well.
Tech Hunter at Gander Mountain on 09/09/2011

First Time Taping Hunts

I decided to purchase this camera arm because of its price and by reading some other consumers' reviews of it. I purchased the item online. When it showed up on my doorstep, i noticed that the box in which the product had arrived looked like it had been attacked by a bear. It was all torn up. When i opened the box up to take out the camera arm, i noticed that the arm was all scratched up and had some rust on it. I was able to return the product and Gander Mountain sent me another one. This time everything looked good. I took the camera arm out and attached it to one of my trees with my camera. It looks like it is going to work just fine. Now i need the weekend to hurry up and get here so i can go try it out on my next whitetail hunt.
Jaydubya16 at Gander Mountain on 10/10/2012

Great product for filming hunts!

I take this camera arm along when I bowhunt. It is quiet to set up and easily adjustable. The one downfall is using the ratchet and getting it around the tree can be challenging. Another issue I have is filming my own hunts its just more gear to carry in. Other than that it is an amazing product and I don't regret getting it whatsoever.
HoytHunter at Gander Mountain on 11/11/2011

Love it!

I have 2 of these now and plan to buy more. I've been using them for over 3 years now and I don't have a single complaint. I use them in treestands hunting whitetail with bow and gun. My best advice is to practice putting it up and taking it down in the dark or buy a few for different stand locations.
jaysib at Gander Mountain on 02/02/2011

Husband is very happy

I just got this tree arm for my husband for Christmas. He has not had a chance to use it yet. But he checked it all out and really loves the design. He feels like it should be very easy to start taping his own hunts. Can't wait to try it out!
Big bucks at Gander Mountain on 01/01/2012

Great For The Price

For the price you pay it is a nice camera arm. Yah there are a little and a lot better ones out there but for at least double the price. This works great for filming yourself as well as filming a friend.
fishingliving at Gander Mountain on 11/11/2011

great arm

I use this products for taping hunting videos. It's a good solid camera arm. I wish it could be attached to a tree stand. I modified mine to attach to the arm of a climber.
Bob at Gander Mountain on 11/11/2012

Gorilla Arm

The gorilla arm works great! I have used it several times archery hunting and got some good footage.. For the price you can't beat it, it very well built.
Cort at Gander Mountain on 10/10/2013

very please, will buy again.

video my own hunts.
easy to use
shorty at Gander Mountain on 08/08/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Gorilla Camera Tree Arm

I bought this before bow season this year to film my hunts in Iowa and Illinois for our Pro-Staff. It was our first year, so I was self-filming. It was a nice arm for how I hunted. I could move it around easily. It didn't make a squeak until the 60th or so time I put it up. It was really nice. One downfall is the length of two arms compared to having three. It was a little poor on how durable it was, but overall it's not bad. I used a light camera and not one of the professional larger cameras, so therefore, it held up longer.
YoungGunninOutdoors at Gander Mountain on 03/03/2011