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Shurhold Action Cameras

PALM CITY, Fla. — With a waterproof action camera, there’s seemingly no limit to the incredible videos that can be recorded. The only limitation has been the length of an arm or flimsy selfie stick.

With Shurhold Industries’ Camera Adapter, a GoPro or Garmin VIRB quickly and securely attaches to any of the company’s 11 different handles. Extending up to 9 feet, it’s easy to capture stunning new perspectives.

Made from a high-performance polymer, the Camera Adapter is completely rustproof. Part of Shurhold’s One Handle Does It All System, it locks onto any Shurhold fixed or telescoping triple-anodized aluminum handle and can be adjusted for the optimal shooting angle. With a Handle Mate PFD, it’ll even float if accidentally dropped in the water.

On the RV, the Shurhold Camera Adapter has unlimited uses, both practical and fun. Safer than climbing a ladder, it’s easy to inspect antennas and A/C units on the roof. Below, it’s perfect for checking for leaks and inside storage compartments. And nothing compares to it for capturing the excitement of RVing. A video of it in action is at bit.ly/ShurholdCameraAdapter.

The Shurhold Camera Adapter doesn’t have to remain on the RV. It’s ideal for use around the house, whether checking gutters, crawlspaces or the progress of nesting birds.

The Shurhold Camera Adapter costs $12.95; handles start at $6.68; and the Handle Mate PFD is $12.98.

Shurhold is dedicated to educating owners on RV value preservation. Inventor of the One Handle Does It All system, Shurhold manufactures specialty care items and accessories to clean, polish and detail.

Learn more at www.shurhold.com/rv.

SOURCE: Shurhold press release

 

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About Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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