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Kraken Adjustable Float Arms


aeweems12

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These are amazing float arms that can be used with either video lights or strobes. They are designed to be able to flood to be able to get your camera perfectly neutral. There is no better feeling than getting your camera perfectly neutral in the water & knowing you can take your hands off it & it won't go anywhere! It will just float right in front of you. They have minor cosmetic scuffs from a couple of years of use, but have been regularly cleaned after each dive & are fully functional.

 

New these will set you back $195 each from Backscatter, or you can purchase two from me for $200 plus shipping with payment via PayPal. I have loved these, but have moved on to a different float arm system. Help me find them a new loving home!

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I've had a couple people reach out to see what I switched to from the Kraken adjustable float arms. Here's been my reply to those who reached out:

 

I moved to the Ultramax Helium variable buoyancy system. It basically has stackable rings/inserts where you can customize the amount of buoyancy. Unfortunately it can't be done in the water like the Krakens, but it does break down much easier for travel, which is a huge plus for me. So I swapped my Nikon from using one set of Nauticam small float arms plus the set of Kraken floodable float arms, to two sets of helium arms.     

 

 

Here's their website: https://www.ultramaxdive.com/products/ultramax-helium-variable-buoyfloat-arm-system?variant=22638528856149

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