Camera Flash Triple Bubble Spirit Level 3 Axis for Sony Alpha, Minolta Konica digital SLR
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- Compatible with Sony and Konica Minolta DSLR
- Light, small, portable and very easy to install
- L x W x H: (2 x 2 x 3) cm
- Useful to adjust entertainment device level
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This is a triple-axis Hot Shoe Bubble Spirit Level for Sony, Minolta Konica DSLR and SLR cameras. It's very useful for landscape and other types of photography.
Top Customer Reviews
This simple spirit level solves that problem with a little practice. It is dead easy to fit, it has a grooved underside which allows it to slide straight onto the Alpha's hotshoe accessory rail. It does not need to be fastened in place and you just pull it to remove it. The one thing to be aware of though is that you will not be able to use the camera's internal popup flash as this spirit level fouls the flash as it pops up and renders it unusable. This also means though that you obviously can't use an external flash either as the spirit level is already on the rail. The wireless feature on your external flash uses the internal flash on the camera as a 'commander' which then means this idea is also out of bounds. This limits you to using it in good lighting conditions or with high ISOs instead.
If you are after an easy to read spirit level to get you out of an annoying habit then this product will be fine. The price is reasonable and it takes up very little room in your bag.
It looks like an old school flash bulb but with three little spirit levels, side-to-side, up & down, and back-to-front. Even if you have a spirit level on your tripod, this little gizmo is useful, as the tripod head isn't always 100% level.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is essential when using a small compact camera to take pictures of the sea horizon. Wish I had bought it years ago.Published on 24 April 2013 by E. Benjamin
I bought this as a bit of an impulse buy. I like gadgets and thought - what the heck it's an inexpensive toy. I am amazed therefore at how useful it is. Read morePublished on 6 May 2011 by stew