Action Tray II Extension with Right Handle for Compact Housings
This super slim and streamlined tray is designed specifically for Ikelite Action, ULTRAcompact, and smaller compact digital housings. Compared to our standard Tray with Quick Release Handle, the Action tray is lighter and brings the handle closer to the side of the housing for a more comfortable grip.
The Ikelite Quick Release handle has become a favorite over the years for attachment and release of your lighting arm at the touch of a button. Accept no substitute. The Action Tray II Extension with Right Handle connects to the Action Tray II with Left Handle # 2605.04 to make a dual handle tray.
Housings with curved shutter levers accept the addition of Trigger Extension # 4077.95 to bring the shutter trigger closer to your hand when holding the right handle.
Included is the necessary hardware to mount to Ikelite housings featuring female mounting points with 3" (76mm) spacing, as well as Action housings with central 1/4-20 mounting. The tray is machined specially to prevent rotation when attached to an Action housing.
This tray is not suitable for use with our housings for Mirrorless cameras or larger digital housings. Refer to the housing webpage for the correct tray recommendation.
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