Our custom aluminum handle gives you a comfortable foam grip and helps stabilize your shots. This tray is not just for GoPro. The Backscatter Double Handle Tray is affordable, small and our handle keeps your travel weight and size to a minimum.Backscatter Dual Handle Tray - More Than Just For GoPro

Backscatter Dual Handle Tray - More Than Just For GoPro

An often-overlooked skill set of the underwater photographer/videographer is their thriftiness. Systems are expensive and technology moves fast these days. It's never a bad idea to reuse what gear we can so that when it comes time to grow, we might have more financial flexibility to step up to that next piece of technology which complements our passion. The realm of hardware is a perfect place to start in this endeavor.







Our Backscatter Double Handle and Tray is predominately marketed towards GoPro shooters, but works well with an array of compact and mirrorless camera housings! This affordable, sturdy, ergonomic tray is an excellent alternative to the more expensive setups on the market. The rigid Aluminum build and foam grips offer superior function without the addition of too much weight (11oz/310g). Quarter-twenty mounting receptacles on the tops of the handles are ready to accommodate most Flex Arm and ball mount systems. The only other piece required is a set of Backscatter T-Bolts to mount your housing onto the tray itself. It's as easy as that!







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