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. Simply choose either a GoPro Mount or dual 1/4-20 T-bolts. It's as easy as that! Backscatter Wide Double Handle & Tray Regular Price: $79.00ORDER NOWThe Arch for Wide Double Handle & Tray $59.00ORDER NOWBackscatter Wide Double Handle Tray & Arch Combo Regular Price: $138.00 Sale Price: $128.00You Save: $10.00ORDER NOWRelated PostsCanon R5 vs Canon R5C Underwater Review - The best underwater video camera? Canon underwater shooters are spoiled for choice at the moment between two great full-frame mirrorless cameras with the Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS R5C. While these cameras appear similar in both name ... Read More Sony a7 IV Underwater Camera Review The Sony a7 IV boasts an all-new sensor and other significant performance upgrades from the previous Sony a7 III camera. The “middle” child of the a7 series, the base model has often been looked over.... Read More OM System OM-1 Underwater Camera Review The OM System OM-1 camera is the latest top-of-the-line flagship Micro 4/3 camera from OM Systems, formerly Olympus. We took the new OM System OM-1 mirrorless camera underwater to the Digital Shootout... Read More Nikon Z9 Underwater Camera Review The Z9 is Nikon’s first foray into a pro-body mirrorless camera. Unlike the company’s pro body DSLRs which mainly concentrated on speed at the sacrifice of resolution, this is the highest resolution p... Read More Nauticam Lens & Port Charts Most Nauticam housings offer interchangeable ports that allow for the use of a variety of lenses, however different lenses may require different ports and extensions rings to maintain or correct for u... Read More Nikon Z7 II Underwater Camera Review The Nikon Z7 II is a relatively minor - but very welcome - upgrade from the original Nikon Z7. The second generation of Nikon's full frame mirrorless camera has the same image sensor and will pro... Read More ARTICLE KEYWORDS: Backscatter Dual Handle Tray - More Than Just For GoPro