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All the rubber came off the handles of my Nauticam Panasonic GH4 housing on my last trip, after 4 years. They're usable without the rubber, but I'd prefer to replace them. I also recall reading about a couple of cases where a Nauticam plastic handle completely snapped. I can certainly imagine happening when yanking one of my light arms around with a tight clamp. I recall somewhere, probably Facebook, that somebody was making custom metal handles to replace the standard Nauticam handles. Anyone know anything about this? Or perhaps Nauticam have improved their handle design in the last 4 years?
I'm selling a complete camera frame set from i-Das. Just plug in camera and strobes! Here's a full list of what's included and item model numbers: Six i-das clamps CL-138 (140 degree movement) Two i-das aluminum arms, 7" BB-i07 Two i-das aluminum arms, 5" BB-i05 Two i-das YS adaptor arm BM-i03 Two i-das Pistol grip Handles HD-GN One i-das aluminum tray TR-03 One i-das tray extension EX-TR03 Asking $350 for the whole set and we can discuss how to split shipping. Please PM any questions / offers! Would prefer paypal merchant type payment (I'll cover the fees)
Purchased in 2014: In good order, this is a well made product. Nauticam Flexitray with Left Handle Nauticam Adjustable Right Handle for Flexitray Nauticam M8 Strobe Mounting Ball for Flexitray $130 for all . Buyer pays shipping. package 14"x9"x3" - weighs approximately one pound. https://www.opticaloceansales.com/nauticam-complete-flexitray-set.html?gclid=CjwKEAjw34i_BRDH9fbylbDJw1gSJAAvIFqUyHFAoxnulWtNsSu1lu7tZ-exv4OPbptEFO_NCFpnwRoC6cfw_wcB
I wonder if you guys do use your UW housing with or without handles? And if you use just one flash - do you still use 2 handles or rather just one handle and hold the camera with your right hand directly? Thanks a lot, Kind Regards, Tom