Hi, I have the same camera/housing and tray. Is the trigger still working well for you? Thanks!
The trigger has been working well though the lever arm did break once (jamming on it to hard trying to get the perfect shot ). I printed another with 100% infill and haven't had any issues since. There is enough throw in the trigger that it's pretty easy to control half-press to focus before activating the shutter which was really helpful for timing shots. The zoom lever attachment popped off after awhile though. I ended up just getting used to reaching around to adjust zoom. While not ideal it could be epoxied on. The lens cap holder has been great with no issues. I upgraded to a larger camera system a couple months ago but probably got at least 150+ dives on the TG-5. I still plan on using the TG5 for lighter travel like for going snorkeling/free-diving.
This trigger looks pretty nice - tempted to get it as well. But as configured in the photos, it looks like the mechanism that actually depresses the shutter will interfere with the zoom mechanism on the TG-5. You may be able to reverse how it's mounted, though. I don't own the Sony so I don't know where the zoom mechanism is. Will you have a look when you get it, and please let me know? Thanks!
The trigger lever bottoms out just above the zoom swivel so that's why the zoom attachment goes around it to prevent any interference.
Let me know if you're open to making more parts for the shutter and zoom mechanisms. Thanks!
I'd be happy to share the 3d *.STL files, I've uploaded them to thingiverse here: https://www.thingive...m/thing:3030704