Where to get hotshoe bubble level?


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jensen

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Hi,

May I know where to get the hotshoe bubble level for my olympus E-520? :)

Thanks
 

Octarine

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OP, Sim Lim, 6th floor. It fits to all hotshoes, nothing brand-specific.
 

jensen

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OP, Sim Lim, 6th floor. It fits to all hotshoes, nothing brand-specific.
Thanks for ur info :)

May I know the price? :)

I know there is two axis and three axis, which is better? :)
 

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Thanks for ur info :)

May I know the price? :)

I know there is two axis and three axis, which is better? :)
three axis is only needed when you are shooting in portrait orientation, however some hotshoe mount two axis spirit level have two male hotshoe, so you can rotate it when your camera is on portrait orientation.

 

zac08

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Been meaning to look for one. But how much are those? Seems to be quite over-priced locally.
 

ChongK

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I do know a guy from Reddotphoto who sells this type of bubble spirit. He have both 2 and 3 axis, price is $10 for 2 axis, $12 for 3 axis.:)
 

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I actually use the grid lines in live view after composing. Serves well..

Else I use the AF points in the view finder when not in LV mode. Pretty good as well.
 

deklan

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i think i would be so distracted by the leveling! esp the led lit ones, "oh no its not green! arggh! its red!" hahahh
there are grid lines in the viewfinder, and i find those are good enough when shooting handheld
 

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i think i would be so distracted by the leveling! esp the led lit ones, "oh no its not green! arggh! its red!" hahahh
there are grid lines in the viewfinder, and i find those are good enough when shooting handheld
faint..

then how you take picture, got such a short attention span
 

zac08

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faint..

then how you take picture, got such a short attention span
Snap... run... snap... run... oh, not nice... run back... nah, no more scene liao.... better run off to the next location... :bsmilie::bsmilie:
 

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