Okay im going to order a camera mount for my bow and its between the Insane archery mount or the bowfinger 2.0 I can attach both of them to my riser or on top of the stab. Im kinda leaning towards the bowfinger because i can also attach the 3.0 to the bow finger so if for some reason my threads get messed up i will still be able to use the bow finger arm just with an extra attachment. What do you guys think as far as picking between the two? Any experiences good or bad with either will help out. Thanks
Never used the bowfinger, but have the IA mount. It's perfect for me. I'd buy it again for sure
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I second the vote for the insane archery mount.
Ill go with the Insane mount. I would also suggest to go for the go pro if you can.
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Thanks for the input guys. Ive been looking really hard and i think ill go with the bowfinger. It comes ready to mount to the riser were on the IA mount you have to buy a attachment kit. Then with the bowfinger i like that i can out the 3.0 on the same mount if i ever want to and they have a lifetime warranty.
I ended up ordering the Bowfinger 2.0 It should be here i about a week. Once i out it on the bow and shoot a little with it ill let you guys know how it is. Ill try to put up a couple videos as well to show everyone.
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