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Pelican 1650 for Pro w/M1 Gimbal.


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A question for Pro users who have adopted the M1 Volt gimbal and have been using a Pelican 1650 case.  I've been using a 1650 case for the past several years and have it set up with two levels.  The bottom I keep the Pro Arm, monitor and additional canisters.  The top level I have the sled, docking bracket and additional plates.  My question is, with the new thickness of the gimbal, have you been successful in still utilizing the 1650, or did you find yourself needing something deeper to compensate for the new dimensions and still have room for all your components?  Thanks.

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On 5/29/2019 at 1:23 PM, Aaron King said:

A question for Pro users who have adopted the M1 Volt gimbal and have been using a Pelican 1650 case.  I've been using a 1650 case for the past several years and have it set up with two levels.  The bottom I keep the Pro Arm, monitor and additional canisters.  The top level I have the sled, docking bracket and additional plates.  My question is, with the new thickness of the gimbal, have you been successful in still utilizing the 1650, or did you find yourself needing something deeper to compensate for the new dimensions and still have room for all your components?  Thanks.

Hi Aaron, I'm curious if you found a way to tetris this case together as you had it setup before with two levels? I might be trying to tackle the exact same setup soon so I'd love to hear if you found a successful method.

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