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Camouflage for Camcorders

We have a JVC Everio camcorder that we are taking out west in a couple of weeks for bow season.  It's in a nice shiny black color which is great, but we'd like to find some way to camouflage it.  Any suggestion on tape that breathes and doesn't leave a horrible, sticky residue?  Or any other ideas for camouflaging it?  Thanks!

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Shawn, I camouflaged my

Shawn, I camouflaged my handheld camcorder for hunting purposes. For the life of me, I can't remember the name of the camo "tape" I used. I know I bought it from a local hunting goods store. I'll try to find what I had left to find out the name. This "tape" is not like typical tape which leaves a heavy, sticky residue. Anyway, here are some pics my corder. Hope it helps.

Update: I did a quick search and found similiar tape(ACU McNett camo tape) on Sportsmansguide.com.  While it isn't the same as I have, the tape has good reviews. Check it out for yourself to see if that's what you want.

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CamoClad or CamoWrap, both

CamoClad or CamoWrap, both removeable without leaving any residue.

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