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I have a 180 lumens 60 Degreed small torch that I have on a shoe adapter on top of my compact video housing.
I have noticed that in this position it gets a bit in the way so it would probably be better to get a locline to give it a bit more reach
However I have another problem that is to park the wide angle lens when I take it out for shooting macro, messing around with the lens to put in a pockets has proved not very effective so I would like to add and lens caddy to my set up
However the only 67mm lens caddies I can find require an arm to be mounted on
As I have an handle on my ultralight tray I have though of getting a 5" arm segment that I can use to both direct the light and host wide angle lens when I am not using it, only little problem the whole set up will cost $200+
I wonder if anyone has found some smarter ways to get a caddy on the rig that does not cost a fortune?