hi, i have a question


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(targeting mainly at female photographers,)

or do anyone of u knows that anyone apply those blings on their cameras?(more to dslr, perhaps)

something like this ---> http://www.ireporter.tv/Upload/greatblings.com/Yellow Bling.gif

i'm not saying for the whole camera.. just a few parts maybe?

or is it advisable not to cause there will be any stains later on? >_<

please advice. just got this crazy idea a moment ago. =x
 

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yup, it's not advisable as it would leave stains on the rubber, leather, or plastic parts of the camera.
 

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Apply gaffer tape on those sections where you wanna stick the blings.
may i know where i can get them? is it much to transparent? thanks!

edit: and can i remove them later on? the tape.

i'm glad there's something for it.. hehe
 

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may i know where i can get them? is it much to transparent? thanks!

edit: and can i remove them later on? the tape.

i'm glad there's something for it.. hehe
You can check in MO section, but it cost u ard $40 per roll.

Color wise u hav to check wif them.
 

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may i know where i can get them? is it much to transparent? thanks!

edit: and can i remove them later on? the tape.

i'm glad there's something for it.. hehe
Do a search for 'gaffer' and you'll find some threads on where to get them and also what they are. They are suppose to not leave residue when removed, tho I find that sometimes minimal residue will be left behind. Still easily removed and cleaned.
 

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(targeting mainly at female photographers,)

or do anyone of u knows that anyone apply those blings on their cameras?(more to dslr, perhaps)

something like this ---> http://www.ireporter.tv/Upload/greatblings.com/Yellow Bling.gif

i'm not saying for the whole camera.. just a few parts maybe?

or is it advisable not to cause there will be any stains later on? >_<

please advice. just got this crazy idea a moment ago. =x
Since u got dis cool idea...why not get a cam amour and whack your bling on it...shld be lookin cool bah. :bsmilie:
 

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eh? looks funny. not really my type lol.

edit: thanks for the link!

eh.. later the camera got weird smell. LOL
 

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Zippo lighter fluid is my best cleaning agent... removes most of the sticky gunk.

Just make sure it does not discolour plastics.
 

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