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Juno Pole Bracket

The Juno Pole Bracket allows cameras to be attached to the top of a Ron Thompson Gangster Carp Pole. The carp pole has seven sections for a total length of 10.7 meters (35 ft). The Juno bracket can be used with five or six of the sections for a pole height of 8.1 or 9.4 m (26.6 or 30.8 feet, or shorter by removing lower sections).

The camera tray adjusts and locks at any angle for different types of aerial scene capture (stills or video). The camera tray has several 1/4" holes for mounting the camera with a thumb screw (included) into the tripod socket.

The pole slides snugly into two clamps which grip the pole on the end where it has been reinforced with additional fiber and epoxy. Bushings (included) fit into the clamps to allow the smaller (2nd smallest) pole section to fit.

The Juno Pole Bracket is 3D printed from PLA. The kit is easy to assemble (requires a small Phillips head screwdriver and pliers). All hardware is included.

Assembly instructions are at the Guides Page.

Weight: 65 grams

Below is a 3.5 minute video featuring the Juno bracket being used to document deer grazing.




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Community Science Forum: Frac Sand

Our quarterly print publication has a new name, and a wider scope. It's now called the Community Science Forum. This issue is focused on frac sand, and in particular on the work being done in western Wisconsin by community groups concerned about air and water quality impacts of mining operations there.

Usually $5, we're offering the new issue at an experimental price of $2 plus shipping.

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