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About Intova Low Profile Camera Tray Stay Slim with Flex Arm

Inotva Stay Slim with Flex Arm is simple and Universal, the SSFL Kit consists ofa 7.2" (18.3 cm) base stay with standard tripod screw and an 11.9" (30.2 cm) flex arm for mounting strobe or video lights to underwater camera housing. The tripod screw is adjustable and will fit virtually all housings using a tripod screw mount system.

The versatile flex arm allows full range flexibility for variable lighting angles. The Stay is made from corrosion resistant aluminum for durability and the Flex Arm is made of corrosion proof plastic, with stainless steel mounting screws.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Intova Low Profile Camera Tray Stay Slim with Flex Arm Features

  • Stable Platform for External Strobe
  • Increase Photographs Quality
  • Brighter Better Lit Photographs

Intova Low Profile Camera Tray Stay Slim with Flex Arm Specifications

Material
Aluminum, Plastic, Stainless Steel
Dimentions
11.9" L X 7.2" W (30.2 Cm X 18.3 Cm)
Weight
10.1 Oz (286.3G)
Weight [with packaging]
0.75 lb
Mfr #
SKU
INTSA

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Intova Low Profile Camera Tray Stay Slim with Flex Arm
 
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2.0

Good idea/flimsy implementation

By Andre

from Philadelphia, PA

About Me Casual Photographer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional

Cons

  • Flimsy arm

Best Uses

  • Diving

Comments about Intova Low Profile Camera Tray Stay Slim with Flex Arm:

Although I like the overall idea of a relatively inexpensive tray/arm design, implementation leaves more to be desired. Although secured to the tray with a bolt, the arm tray slot tolerances aren't nearly precise which results in arm side to side play once it is secured onto the tray. Similar experience with the 2nd arm that I got for this set up. Goes back to LP.

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4.0

Worked good

By none

from Calgary Alberta Canada

About Me Casual Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional

Cons

  • Screw came loose

Best Uses

  • Diving
  • Lake
  • Snorkeling

Comments about Intova Low Profile Camera Tray Stay Slim with Flex Arm:

Arm worked very well. The only thing i found wrong was the screw that holds the flex arm to the camera arm come loose a couple of times. You have to make sure you really tighten it.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
GARY S  I needed something to connect my camera with the Intova ISS Strobe head. It has worked well, but I have to check to ensure it is tight before each dive.
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
GARY S  I needed something to connect my camera with the Intova ISS Strobe head. It has worked well, but I have to check to ensure it is tight before each dive.
Mike B  I have the Intova SS Slave Strobe with the Intova Base and Flex Arm. I am looking to maybe get the Big Blue BB1x30 an use it instead of the Intova Strobe or better yet in conjunction with it. I see a number of Big Blue accessories to mount different flashes and lights and a double and triple mount but am confused with which combination would work.what is your advice?
GARY S  I have limited experience with the Intova camera tray with flex arm. I did not use it enough to learn if the highest flash setting would provide more light or greater than 10 to 15 feet distance. I would think that more stobe or combination would provide more light and perhaps further distance.
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