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View and share footage filmed with your smartphone right from your bow! View shot placement before tracking, and post quality videos right from the stand. The S4Gear™ Jackknife Smartphone Bow Mount fits most smartphones; mounts on any AMO sight mount (RH or LH), with sight/quiver installed. Swing arm hinges, adjusts, or detaches in seconds. Folds flush against the riser.
Manufacturer model #: JK1000.
Great for someone that wants to film there hunt with there phone. Kind of wonder if it will break because it's so weak.
September 19, 2012
Neat Concept But...
Easy to add to bow between my sight and quiver mounts. Great design but with poor materials. I realize plastic was used for light weight but after rotating the cantilever arm a few times (like 10) the bracket began to crack! I'll likely return for a refund.
September 6, 2012
Easiest way to film a hunt
Doesn't add much weight to the bow, easy to aim. The shot itself is difficult to track due to vibration (even with a low vibration bow, the shot will move the camera). Worked well with iphone and vado camera. Cheap and easy way to film a hunt (before and after shot).
August 21, 2012
This Jackknife has been extremley fun and very easy to use. It weighs almost nothing. Even with my iphone in it. Its been a blast sharing my hunts with family and friends right from my stand or blind. Ive made a bunch of videos for myself. I save them on my computer and burn DVD's. Then i can review them when ever I want. The videos are pretty good. Cell phone cameras are only getting better. I plan on buying my wife one as well. A few years ago she took a shot at a huge buck and wasnt sure where she hit it. If we had one of these on her bow we could of watched the shot. Great buy!
May 29, 2012
It depends on how thick your case+phone is. The brackets that hold the phone expand to about 1.5 times the width of an iPhone but are curled in allowing maybe a .75 inch thick phone to be held securely.
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