Spirit/Bubble Level for Camera - 3 Axis
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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
- Fits most SLR/DSLR flash mounts/hot shoes (Minolta & Sony excluded)
- Dimensions of bottom plate (that slides into the hot shoe): 17mm / 11/16th in
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|Item Dimensions||1.1 x 1.2 x 1.4 inches|
|Item Weight||0.08 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.08 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
This level is beneficial over others because it has levels along three planes, so it will show whether the camera is level when the camera is in landscape or when angled to portrait.
I purchased two of these and both came in fine condition. For any photographer who wants a cheap tool to ensuring your camera is level, this is a good product.
ORIGINAL REVIEW FOR ITEM TYPE, REFERENCE:
I call these my philosophy cubes, and I give 'em to kids of all ages (as long as they are not so young that the cube is a choking hazard.)
Curious kids love to measure things, usually informally. This charming little device reminds us, when applied flush against any flat surface, that very few planes or faces in reality are *perfectly* level/square. Every horizontal-looking surface is canted or biased at least slightly in one or, more likely, two directions, some rather severely. Try the cap on the post on the bannister of almost any residential stair case. It's a great way to fascinate kids about their spatial environment with unintimidating geometry.
Don't even start me on post-modernism and ubiquitous bias!
As for photogs, these can be useful, as others have written, especially when photographing buildings or horizons. But if critical for professional photography or engineering or architecture, you probably would wanna spend more money for a much better calibrated and carefully manufactured device.
But for a few bucks, this a great tool. And a great toy that can charm and fascinate curious kids.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ordered two of them. One works quite well, but the liquid drained out of the other one...Published 6 months ago by Avelmar
Nothing about this is level but you can still use this in conjunction with a real level and make it work.Published 9 months ago by bill
It's fairly good. I haven't really tested it scientifically for accuracy. For shooting architecture with a wide angle lens, it works great at removing the bowed building sides.Published 11 months ago by Jon
I am very happy with this level. it is handy and small. Fits right into my tight camera bag. Would recommend to a friend.Published on October 20, 2013 by Michael Miller
Great Product at the right price for leveling out my camera (5DMKII) on landscape shoots! Don't spend money with other more expensive solutions. This one works great!Published on June 28, 2013 by MacHans
It would get jammed at times on to the hot shoe and broke coming off, finally just threw it away.Published on June 12, 2013 by D. Molina
The mounting was diffecult and while in use it seems to tilt the camera a bit to the left causing about 4 degree tilt.Published on April 4, 2013 by dw