The 10 Best Camera Suction Mounts

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This wiki has been updated 22 times since it was first published in October of 2016. If you are a photographer or videographer hoping to take some high-quality action shots from moving vehicles, make sure you secure your camera adequately with one of these suction mounts. They come in models designed to adhere to cars, jet skis, boats and, even, planes, and they're suitable for a variety of camera brands, including, of course, GoPros. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Delkin Fat Gecko

2. Ram Mount RAM-B-166

3. Camtree G-51

Editor's Notes

April 10, 2019:

Decided to drop the GoPro AUCMT-302 in the rankings a bit after finding reports of limited adjustment capabilities, which prevents it from offering the same level of versatility as many similar models. On the other hand, reports indicate that the Ram Mount RAM-B-166 can be used effectively in a wide range of areas — capturing footage from a motorcycle, executing timelapse photography from a window mount, taking video from the windshield of a car — with plenty of stability and flexibility in all cases. We opted to move this model up.

There are several new additions to the list, highlighted by the Camtree G-51, which is ranked highly due to its impressive combination of stability and versatility. Users are thrilled with the ability to position it on windshields and vehicle hoods in any position — horizontal, vertical, and at awkward angles — without losing any of its rigidity. We also added the iSaddle CH01A and Goma Bundle as low-cost, portable models that are suited for non-professional use with cameras that are smaller in size and lighter in weight.

Removed the USA Gear GRCMASM100BKEW and the Kayalu KLR-5450 as they are not available at this time.

4. Fantaseal Chimera

5. Panavise ActionGrip 13101

6. GoPro Official

7. Goma Bundle

8. Veho VCC-A027-3SM

9. iSaddle CH01A

10. Nflightcam Vacuum

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