I spent a couple of days re-rigging my kayak, incorporating some GearTrac along the way. The positioning on the GearTrac was dependent on several factors. One of those was where to position my PanFish camera/video mounts. The PanFish comes in two models, the standard PanFish and the PanFish Portrait. The biggest difference between the two mounts is the height, the PanFish coming in at 28â€ whilst the Portrait is considerably smaller at 6â€. I'm going to take a quick look at the Panfish... The PanFish was specifically designed for â€˜over the shoulderâ€™ video with lightweight cameras. This basically covers most point and shoot cameras up to a maximum weight of 1lb. The PanFish is basically a split mast with the top half able to rotate. The amount of friction experienced at this joint is adjustable, something that will no doubt prove useful after prolonged use and the associated wear and tear. Itâ€™s marketed for use with Scotty mounts, MightyMount and track systems, specifically the Wilderness SlideTrax and the GearTrac, though itâ€™s also compatible with other track systems. Whilst looking over the PanFish I noticed that the MightyBolt (T-bolt) can be removed and replaced with a threaded RAM ball. Out of interest itâ€™s also is a snug fit into most flush mounted rod holders. Clearly it has many mounting possibilities! At the top of the PanFish is a 1â€ RAM ball and for a few extra dollars it comes ready equipped with a RAM camera mount, clearly this is the way to go. As much as itâ€™s marketed as an â€˜over the shoulderâ€™ camera mount thereâ€™s no reason it canâ€™t be mounted ahead of you. I took things one stage further and repositioned a flush mount rod holder (I never use them) so it was effectively positioned 90 degrees to the kayak. The PanFish is a perfect fit into the flush mount, in fact it makes a pleasing â€˜poppingâ€™ sound when pulled out. So whatâ€™s so great about mounting it in that position?. Well it provides yet another camera angle, perhaps a more interesting one in my opinion. Of course it can be mounted directly into the GearTrac, MightyMount, etc. Fitment to either is quick and easy, taking only a few seconds. The PanFish has comfortable foam grips to rotate the mount when required. The foam adds buoyancy which enables the PanFish to float. Iâ€™ve not tried it with a camera attached, though Iâ€™d imagine that itâ€™s still likely to float. The RAM camera mount makes for easy positioning of the camera helping you achieve the best angle for a photo or film.