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I have a Big Game camera arm. And i wasnt to pleased with how it was built. Alot of plastic to break... I have heard decent things about the Gorilla Cam Arms though.
 

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I use a 3rd arm, I got mine through campbell cameras but you can find them else where cheaper. I don't think I will own another camera arm. Its well made and movement is very smooth. Depending on what type of camera you are attaching to it would depict the model you need to get.
 

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Well, found one camera arm at gander mt. 40 bucks, so i came home and made one from material i had, works for me, and saved 40 bucks.
 

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I'll have to look at mine sitting, collecting dust. "Muddy. . ." something or other, I forget. Good quality arm that can take a fluid style head and a decent sized camera yet priced so it didn't take me for a ride like Campbell's tries to dole out.
 

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Muddy Outdoors Pro Arm. 3 axis leveling, 501 Manfrotto Fluid Head, rock solid with a big swing for the "other side of the tree" shots!
 
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