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Manfrotto 337 Hotshoe Two Axis Bubble Level
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- Double axis spirit level
- Mount to the hot shoe of any standard 35 mm SLR camera
- It helps achieving accuracy and consistency in panoramic photos
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The 337 is a double axis spirit level that mounts to the hot shoe of any standard 35mm SLR camera to help you achieve a finer degree of accuracy and consistency in panoramic photo sequences. Attachment: flash hot shoe; weight: 0.46 lbs.
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When used portrait it's completely useless. It moves around A LOT in the hot shoe so you can never
be sure if it is actually straight - every time you nudge or touch it the reading completely changes, if you
take it out and put it back in then the reading will be completely different. I tried pressing it in to the top / bottom
of the hot shoe to see if this gave consistent results but could not get the same level twice.
Manfrotto... you have let me down.
I bought this level because the bubble level on my tripod dried out for some reason... and so I needed a way to ensure that my horizons were perfectly levelled. There is nothing more annoying than a slanted horizon on a landscape shot or a panoramic shot!
This little item easily solves that problem for you in a snap... I have to admit that when you consider how small it is and that it is made out of plastic, then I agree with reviewers when they say that it is expensive... but is worth taking shots with slanted horizons? No!
I like the fact that the item can fit both horizontally and vertically into the camera's hot shoe making for easier use under different circumstances.
A nice to have little gadget in your photographic bag of tricks!
Also a must when taking pictures of landscapes so that the horizon is in water and not tip off one way or the other.
I find this very useful indeed.
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