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  1. I'm not getting on very well using arms with clamps for video. They drive me a bit mad. So I'm considering "bendy arm" solutions again. I've used Locline arms in the past but it creaked so loudly, disturbing both marine life and my fellow divers. I've also made DIY light arms out of plastic Gorillapod, but all the joints gradually went floppy. Has anyone used strong, chunky Locline that doesn't creak or flop? If so, exactly what was the spec and where did you get it? Any other clever solutions for bendy light arms? (I'm using Keldan Luna 4X now but might change to something smaller and lighter for macro)
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