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JonOrr

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  1. I had to mount the tray backwards, and then I drilled two additional holes in the tray and added Allen bolts through to the housing base for a rigid, double redundant connection. It's also nice that it folds up very compact for travel! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. I recently had nearly the same situation, trying to combine an older ikelite setup with my new E-PM1: totally agree about the desire to not disrupt the ergonomics of the directly held housing. Here is my solution, I picked up a couple of batches of used sea arm vii parts and cobbled together this: Only just got back the second strobe after service, so eager to try it with both arms, but I have so far been pleased as it allows me direct access to the shutter and gives me more strobe positioning options than the typical fixed grip tray. Here's a couple shots from an early test dive using the one ds-125 and the kit lens: Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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