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The Mo-Pod does work well,even out side the portable a ways. Me I normaly keep the camera on one certian jig so I just use a camera compass.

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I think it is worth the 100 bucks. I can sit in the house and turn it to see what's around if.

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Lonewolf,

Did you have a specific concern? As you can see, they work well together.

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Love mine except the remote went bad on mine so it wasnt used last season, so i didnt use the camera last season much either. Guess i need to look into a replacement remote, treat the remote with care as they are fragile.

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Eyehunter,

Maybe it's just the battery in the remote that is bad. Have you checked that?

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Dave,

I was just wondering if they would work with the Marcum camera's. I have the ice pod and it works pretty good most of the time. I like to put my camera in a position so I can check my other line, if I want to. Was thinking that the Mo Pod would be perfect for this purpose and I wanted to check with everyone here before I spend that kind of money.

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Should work well for ya, Lonewolf.

The camera cable gets looped around the "T-Hook" and you're off and running.

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And, for mine, I found a power connector and tied the Mo-Pod's power leads into the camera's battery source. Simiply plug in for power to the Mo-Pod.

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