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The problem with that is the strobe cannot be adequately secured to the dual tray. As other owners know, the Ikelite tray has small grooves in the 'feet' where the strobe's base fits. Both grooves point tp the front away from the diver. With the left (primary) strobe the little screw can be used to secure the base to the tray; but on the other side, the hole in the strobe base points backwards and so securing to the tray is not possible. The only answer is to have a genuine secondary strobe where the base plate is reversed. I have not seen this in any shop - does anyone know if it is even made? Even Ikleite seem uncertain.
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If you have any more questions, email or call the guys at Bluewater Photo (email@example.com). They're really knowledgeable, and dive the gear they sell.
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