If you are setting up a camera in an area that doesn’t have a lot of good options for trees or you are trying to cover a location and there isn’t a good tree close enough or worst yet, is too close, then you may want to consider a trail camera tripod. Most vendors offer some type of accessory tri-pod that fits with their camera brand mounting brackets. There are also a few universal tripods out on the market that typically work with most camera mounting brackets.
The Stic-N-Pic ground mount has an adjustable camera height of 0 – 52”. It has a rotating shaft that allows for full 360 degree rotation along with a powder coated steel frame for durability. Not only is the stand made of steel but it also has a three pronged stand to hold up to the elements without shifting or moving your camera.
The HME Products Ground Trail Camera Mount allows you to easily step the mount into the ground to safely secure it. This gives you flexibility on where to position the camera leaving no fumbling around with trying to find that perfect tree. You can adjust from 26 to 36 inches in height and the product has 360 degree rotating head. The mount also has tilt options so you get the best angle with your setup. Compatible with all game cameras using the 1/4” insert on the bottom. This mount can also be a great tool for a ground blind if you are self-filming your hunt.
High quality steel construction with anodized hardware for great stability and durability in the field. Stake offers full 360 degree movement and tilt so you are sure to capture any angle during setup of your camera. Mounting system leverages the industry standard 1/4” mount to fit any Moultrie camera from 2013 and beyond. The stake also breaks down into an easy to carry or store size.