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Had a similar experience, to Z. Au's, of having the threaded screw that attached it to the camera mount point pop out of the knurled tightening knob. I was holding the camera when the parts separated, so not as scary as the prior reviewer, but does show this is a weak point.
I was trying to mount a quick release plate and the strap fastener, (one of the features that appealed to me about this strap) and was turning it to tighten, trying to get the quick release plate to square up, and pop. The screw pin that connects the strap to the camera appears to be swedged into place (pressure expanded) and there isn't enough "meat" or enough strength in the metal used to keep it from being pulled out of the mounting hole.
Ordered this in hopes it would work with my Bamboo MTE-450A. After making sure I had the most recent drivers and still could not get it to recognize the pen, I finally checked the package and found a clear note on the outside of the package saying "Bamboo Spare Pen Set for CTH-461 and CTH-661.
Giving it three stars with the understanding that I really wasn't able to test it.
I picked this up as a remainder book and ended up back at Amazon buying copies for all my family. This is not a traditional salad cook book but an excursion into areas of salad making that keeps coming up with new twists that delight.
There are traditional salads included in this book, but the range of simple, different options is astounding; fennel, orange and olives is always a hit.
I had to completely revamp my cooking style when my wife, as a result of lupus, went largely vegetarian with seafood being okay. Since we live on the Oregon coast, switching from beef based cooking was, at first, simple but boring. Then, once I stumbled across this book, a good 40 to 50% of my meals come from it, and both of us love the results
Compared to some of my other favorite cook books, this is one where I have done 15 of the recipes and am still working my way through it. Pretty good considering that most of my cook books give me 3 to 4 new recipes and some pretty pictures. "Salad!" has become my main cook book when I want to go "venturing", and has been a wonderful guide to new options.