Want to Buy Tray and arm(s)

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BalekFekete

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I'm in the market for a tray and arm(s) that can be used with a new TG-6 and PT-059 housing that I recently purchased but haven't had a chance to dive with. Just booked a trip to Grenada in mid-January so time to finish the kit. :)

Hoping someone has a setup that they're not using anymore and we can help each other out.
 

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hi Balek, you'll need to specify which housing you have.
 

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Hi Balek, I'm selling a Sealife Flexconnect Tray and Arms setup at the moment, it's a flexible system, but it uses these terrific quick release system which is great when you want to handhold a strobe in as a back or edge light for Macro work (which I'm sure you'll be doing lots of with the TG-6).

The Sealife is nice and lightweight too, so pairs well with lighter cameras. I used mine with a Sony A6500 setup.
 

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Hi Balek, I'm selling a Sealife Flexconnect Tray and Arms setup at the moment, it's a flexible system, but it uses these terrific quick release system which is great when you want to handhold a strobe in as a back or edge light for Macro work (which I'm sure you'll be doing lots of with the TG-6).

The Sealife is nice and lightweight too, so pairs well with lighter cameras. I used mine with a Sony A6500 setup.
Can you link to that, please? I might be interested. Thanks!
 
https://www.shearwater.com/products/peregrine/

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