Polaroid Hot Shoe Three Axis Triple Bubble Spirit Level For Canon and Nikon Digital and Film Cameras
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- Spirit Level / Bubble Level for Camera's Hot Shoe
- Easily Identify If Your Camera Is Set Up Level On A Tripod
- 3 Axis = precise leveling
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This item Polaroid Hot Shoe Three Axis Triple Bubble Spirit Level For Canon and Nikon Digital and Film Cameras
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|Color||—||Hoe Shoe Level Three Axis PC1017||Hot Shoe Bubble||Shoe Cover 2Pack||Black||—|
|Item Dimensions||—||1.1 x 0.93 x 0.93 in||1.14 x 1 x 1 in||—||1 x 1.25 x 2.5 in||—|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces||—||0.56 ounces||—||0.5 lb||—|
Small, Lightweight, accurate, easily stored – just slide the bubble level cube into your cameras hot shoe. Together with a tripod, horizons are easily leveled. This 3-Axis Spirit/Bubble Level makes it easy to line up great shots. Simply put it into the camera's hot shoe/flash mount and check the three bubbles. All lined up? Shoot! Fits most standard flash mounts on SLR or DSLR cameras.
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Because each face of this level is so short - 15/16" - it's hard to line the bubble up perfectly centered. The black demarcations are probably two bubble widths apart. So it's not a precision instrument. You would need progressive LEDs for that and would need to trust that the circuitry was accurate. I prefer eyeballing it. What this does is give me a quick reference to assure that the camera is still pointing the way I intended. I've also gotten a remote, as my finger on the shutter was primarily what was moved the camera.
If you really need Z-axis to be level, then you just need to one step before mounting your camera to your tripod. You need a coldshoe High Quality New Speedlite Cold Shoe Hotshoe 1/4 Screw to Flash Hot Shoe Mount Adapter Nikon Canon H6800R mounted to your quick plate first, then once the tripod head is level, remove the coldshoe and mount your camera. It's a little bit of a work around, but with proper planning, not too much more trouble.
Works great when you're doing landscapes, panoramic photos. If you shot panoramas in portrait mode, like I do, this little gizmo will still allow you to
set your level using the former Y-axis now turned X-axis level. It's very conveniently small, fits in your pocket or camera-bag very easily.
All in all, a very handy tool to have in your bag/pocket, but for the $10 I paid plus $5 for shipping, it's a bit on the pricey side. If you can find this for $5 + $5s/h, it might be more worth it in respects to value for your money.
That's just my 2¢.