Cheap Endzone Cam Tripod Options?

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    Laurent Chicoine

    We use a tripid made of metal poles. It's pretty cheap but the down side is that it's pretty heavy and setup is more complex - takes longer than more expensive options. Look for Go Vertical USA. 29ft tall but we almost never get it that high unless there is absolutly no wind, I guess we could if we wanted to setup cables.

    I simply screwed a wood block with a screwed tripod plate. We use the Bescor motor head and Lanc camera /remote control to control it.

    As I said not the best option but a cheap one.

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    Tim Zeis

    The best I've seen and used is the Hi-POD end zone camera. It seems their less expensive options are the Hi-POD Lite versions. The prices have gone up since I coached in High school a few years ago but below are the options. Their website is https://www.hipod.com  I will tell you this though. Their support is awesome. I had a few issues and they shipped out new / replacement parts right away including a new camera when the one we had broke from a student-athlete letting the pole come sliding down without controlling its descent. Hope this  helps

     

    LX15 @ $1,999  •  LX21 @ $2,250 •  LX25 @ $2,499

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    Jason Campbell

    If you haven’t found anything else. You can make one from a surveyor tri-pod. They are under $200.00. Some parts from a home center. And a telescoping pole. All Flags sells one. And they have a video how to modify the surveyor tri-pod.

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