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I am new to underwater photography and have access to a 1970s vintage housing originally created by Hugyfot. The housing was later customized by subsequent owners. The original housing did not have an integral tray for mounting strobes. One of the customizations included adding two machined aluminum arms that have flat plates at the top that appear to be intended as a mounting point for strobe arms. However, the plates do not look like any standard system in current use that I recognize.

The plates measure 1" x 2" and are approximately 1/8" thick. There is a pin projecting from one end of each plate. The pin rises approximately 1/16" from the plate surface.

Does anyone recognize the type of mounting system and can offer any information about what adapters I should purchase to use with the housing?

I do have photos available.


 
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