LONG ISLAND, NY - JANUARY 5, 2014: Hockeynetcam.com has just released details of their newest camera enclosure "Netcam 3.0". After more than a year of evaluating several designs featuring a 'U' shaped polycarbonate base, a design was settled on in late 2013 and production began on January 1 of this year. This Netcam design maintains exactly the same exterior dimensions and sports a similar clamp configuration as Netcam 2.0/2.1. The base now incorporates the front panel, and in this way it has some similarity to the original Netcam. Netcam 3.0 is sturdier than all previous Netcam designs in that the front panel is not movable or detachable, and therefore is safer for both the hockey players... and for your valuable equipment.
The core of the design is a one piece "U" shaped polycarbonate base that takes into consideration the best features of the original Netcam and the recently discontinued 2.1 design. Consider this version a hybrid of both previous designs.
Product highlights include:
A slotted bottom panel to permit the camera to slide partly out of the Netcam body (while still staying attached) to enable the easy exchange of digital cards between periods.
Multiple mounting slots on the back AND on the bottom giving you varied mounting options.
A stabilizing bracket is attached to the ball clamp to improve reliability by limiting Netcam movement.
Water resistant padded camera cover.
Antiskid pads for more security in holding the camera firmly in the box.
Water resistant padded cover, Clamp assembly including stabilizer bar, hex wrench, two camera platform screws,
two sets of hardware to mount the clamp assembly to the box, Right: Polycarbonate base
Assembled and ready to go
Netcam 3.0 utilizes a slot in the base to slide the camera far enough to pull digital cards between periods. Foamcore or cardboard should be used to protect the front panel EVERY TIME you move the camera in and out.
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