Insert the disk into the caddy and secure with four screws. The caddy is light and the disk just needs to be held securely. Don’t over-tighten the screws. There are no connections to make because sliding the caddy into the Shogun Flame or the Docking station makes all the connections for you. The Master Caddy can’t be inserted the wrong way round. Always make sure that the disk connector faces the slot in the Shogun Flame. You have to be quite firm to push the Master Caddy into place, but don’t push too hard, just in case something isn’t set up or aligned properly. There is very little that can cause problems and the most likely thing is that the Master Caddy isn’t properly flush with the drive inside. A quick
visual check will confirm this. Master Caddy II that ships with the Flame series and Inferno are backwards compatible with previous Atomos recorders, however Master Caddy I is not forward compatible with Flames and Inferno due to the compact latch design.