The HCO Universal Swivel Bracket for Security Box will work with the scouting camera boxes if there is 5/16 clearance between the back of the camera and the inside of the box. This clearance is for the pinch nut. The ball is attached to the box by placing one nut inside and one on the outside and tightened. The bracket is made of heavy duty construction designed to support your camera and box with ease.
It's made of heavy gauge steel and powder coated to prevent rust. If you like your camera in hard to mount places, this is the bracket for you. It easily mounts up high in the trees where the bears can't reach and out of the line of sight of people. It can rotate about 45 degrees in any direction. Just attach the ball to back of camera box by inserting it in one of the lag bolt holes.
The camera box need to have a 5/16" lag bolt hole. Screw the bracket on to tree and drop the ball in. You can point your camera in less than 10 seconds. To remove the camera at the end of season, just loosen the knob. You can use python cable to attach camera and box to tree if desired. Multiple mounts can be used to quickly change camera locations.