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Foto&Tech 2 In 1 Hot Shoe Hotshoe Cover With Bubble Spirit Level for for Sony Alpha Series a7 II, a7, a7R, a7S, a6000
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- Innovative circular design takes up less space than blocky 2- or 3-axis levels
- Protect your hot shoe from getting bent or damaged, help to keep moisture and dust from the hot shoe
- Slides into your hot shoe, remains unobtrusive. The cover only protect hot shoe, not support pop-up flash
- Fits securely over the hot shoe
- Rubberized surface for better handling. Note: it does not fit Sony FA-SHC1AM/S
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Foto&Tech 2 In 1 Hot Shoe Hotshoe Cover With Bubble Spirit Level fits most cameras and help to keep moisture and dust from the hot shoe, which can effect flash performance. But even more so, it will help to keep the metal flanges of your hot shoe from getting bent down if your camera takes a hard bump when you're out shooting. That can be a costly repair, this tiny purchase can go a long way in saving you money in the future. And this simple little accessory is like having a bit of extra security for protecting your camera. These will fit any camera with a standard hot shoe including, including those from Canon, Panasonic, Olympus, Pentax, and Nikon.
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The Material is softer/rubberized so it can snugging fit into the hot shoe, but the core of the leveler is hard plastic.
Honestly though I'm not sure why this needs to have a List Price of 9.99 as of current, it's just a piece of rubber (no plastic mount) with a dollar-store spirit level. Even the "sale" price I got this at seems quite steep. However the most popular hotshoe level at time of writing is known for serious quality concerns so I thought this was a nice compromise.
Fit- 4/5 this is a "universal" cover that doesn't sit perfectly in my a6000, but it does do the job and it stays in place.
Function- 4/5 I'm not going to rely on it for to-the-degree accuracy, but it works well enough.
Build quality- 3/5 I'd prefer a plastic mount so it snaps into place, the rubber construction seems like an odd choice.
Value- 2/5 I could see a similar product being found in a dollar store. To be fair their reliability seems pretty good so I can understand being a little more expensive, but the List Price is crazy.
So it works, and unless you have something better in mind, I'd say the protection factor is worth the admission price. But if there were better options, I would have gone with something else.
-Durable, rubber construction. The FotoTech cover stretches and bends slightly, but feels sturdy and I'm not worried about it tearing while putting it on, or taking it off the camera.
-Fit. The FotoTech cover slides right into the grooves in the hotshoe mount.
-Level. The level is actually a really nice addition. Even if it doesn't add a tremendous amount of utility, it looks kind of cool.
-While the FotoTech cover slides right into the intended grooves, it does not sit perfectly flush with the body of the camera, a protrudes ever so slightly over the back edge of the camera. Ideally, it would "click" into place to ensure it is seated correctly. At a minimum, it should not protrude over the back edge of the camera when fully inserted.
I would encourage anyone with a brand new Sony mirrorless camera to snag a FotoTech cover to protect their investment. I would love to see it redesigned to prevent the small amount of overhang, but that's a pretty trivial negative compared the overall utility and reasonable price.
The one downside is that once you are addicted to it, you need to do other gear purchases properly. For examples, the Yongnuo YN-560TX Trigger sticks straight up in the air without a second hot shoe on top. I use wireless flash a LOT so I had to get a trigger setup that allowed me to mount this thing to a secondary hot shoe on top of the trigger. Both the Godox R2 and the Yongnuo RF-603 series have this capability...so I'm back in action.