Kwik Camo Photography Blind with Carry Pouch - Realtree Max4
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- For Camera Gear and a Tripod - For Video Camcorders or Binoculars - Large Camo Window Screen - Carry Pouch
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Kwik Camo Photography Blind - Real tree Max4 Kwik Camo photography blind covers you, your camera gear, and your tripod. A mesh camo window allows you to view wildlife without revealing your eyes. The mesh window can be unzipped for an unobstructed view such as needed for binoculars and scopes. Adjustments to your gear are concealed from your subject, and you can use a left and right slot in the blind for easy access outside the blind. A slot on top of the blind allows use of an external flash unit. The Kwik Camo Photography blind is lightweight (2.5 oz poly/cotton) is transparent for some vision and let air flow through. Comes with carry pouch.
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Totally portable with the supplied carry pouch that is not bigger than a laptop. It is good for short trips either standing or sitting on a chair. Works very well in my back yard. Easy to cover your tripod camera, it hides you from your subject the pattern is great, it has a net you can use to view/locate your subject.
excellent product highly recommended for wildlife.
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seen before in my area (belted kingfisher, eastern wood pewee). Took about 15-20 minutes to settle, get the birds accustomed to the camo tower. After that they didn't notice me. Best feature, it's light, very portable. Light weight material has a big screened viewing area that lets the breeze through. It gets hot quickly in the sun but that's to be expected. I tried shooting sitting on a small tripod seat but didn't have the horizontal
reach that I had standing. It will also move a bit when you move so go slow and it won't be a problem. One other great advantage, it seems
to dampen or eliminate mirror slap disturbance. Those shots you took that spooked the birds are almost eliminated.