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Kwik Camo Photography Blind
Have some clothes pins or binder clips available to customize the fit of your Kwik Camo blind; they can be used to secure the blind right under your lens to ensure the blind doesn't need to be repositioned throughout the day.
Average customer rating:
5 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
March 19, 2013
Well designed product...great for being hidden in position while waiting for that capture.
Advantages: Lightweight, well constructed, does not disrupt field of view, great coverage.
Disadvantages: When used as it was designed to be, there are none that I've experienced so far.
November 6, 2012
The blind is too short and too tight. I am 5'-4" and the material would barely touch the ground. It is made too tight in the front and will not cover the front tripod leg. I added 24" of camo material all around the bottom and added a panel of camo material appx. 24" wide in the back and it would still pull at the front and expose the front tripod leg. I was using a Canon 500 mm lens on an Induro tripod. I tried it in a sitting position and it was still too tight at the front and would not cover the front tripod leg. I tried it lying down with the lens on a beanbag. The material was not long enough to cover my feet. After adding additional material, I would not think of trying to return the blind.
October 24, 2012
Does as described
Advantages: Lightweight and portable. Design and function fairly well thought out and executed.
Disadvantages: When used with a stool you are somewhat directional in your field of view as it is difficult to see behind your position.
April 23, 2012
I have no problem with this blind. Much depends on your pursuits and how you setup the blind. I don't believe it was meant to walk around in.
Advantages: Easy to carry and to setup and use in many different circumstances.
Disadvantages: You can't move around a lot in this blind like you can in some of the others. If you are talking about spending many hours in it you might consider one of the other larger blinds.
September 13, 2011
Not worth the effort when mobility is needed. Careful stalking in normal clothes is better than this.
Advantages: Maybe better than a tent if you have to move into position, then stand still for long periods of time.
Disadvantages: If you need to approach birds, this is scarier to them than normal clothes. I do a lot of shooting of migratory wildfowl where there is also hunting. After watching the birds react to hunters vs. birders, it appears to me the birds have learned to recognize and avoid camo clothing. Even non-hunted birds, such as egrets, disperse when they see me in this garb. It is difficult to move when wearing this. I can get much better shots more easily and closer to the birds by wearing jeans and t-shirt, and keeping my face covered with the camera.