Studiohut Hot Shoe Three Axis Double Bubble Level
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- Spirit level / bubble level for camera's hot shoe
- Crystal clear housing slips on a camera shoe mount
- Triple axis provides precise leveling
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brighter and easier to read than the 2-axis bubble level on my tripod's ball head;
its 3-axes yield more information than two;
small and easy to transport in camera bag;
snug and effortless attachment to my digital SLR's flash connection.
due to its small size, I expect to loose it sooner or later.
It is worth its modest cost via Amazon. (If lost I would immediately replace it.)
I'm an architectural photographer and rely heavily on an accurate level to keep my shots perfectly aligned. Sadly this product doesn't do the job. Save your money and buy the more expensive, but infinitely more accurate 2-way level.
You would think that after so many defective levels being sold that someone would do something about it.
I was an idiot for ordering this level because I was warned by others before me. This was probably the most disappointing item I've purchased in years.
Please don't buy this unless you feel lucky and accidentally get one that works properly. You've been warned again.
If you like returning defective merchandise then go ahead and order it. The construction is very cheap also.
I love the idea of this level, but the execution of the idea was a miserable failure.
With that said, I don't think you can really call this a level when it's about a 1/8th to a 1/4" off from being level.
I was trying to us this as a way to get accurate shots, but noticed right off the bat this was not a true level.
After further inspection of the item, I noticed the the feet that slide into the hot shoe are warped. Not wanting to believe it was messed up, I placed it on a level surface next to my own level and sure enough, it was off.
So, with that said, I will not be using it, but I'm stuck with it.
Now I have this Studiohut level and so am in a unique position to do some testing. Given prices for these things (less than $2.00 ea. at Sinclair), I have to say all of them are pretty good. I've got all five (three in the Studiohut and 2 ea. Sinclair) about as lined up as one could reasonably expect for less than $50.00, and even at that price I doubt perfection would result. I'm fairly sure that were I to take some shots of buildings or just the ocean horizon, all would be level.
Although there is some variation between the side-mounted Sinclair and front-to-back (bottom level) Studiohut. Not much, but a little bit. Side to side is a match and the vertical on the Studiohut is almost dead center, certainly within the circle line.
I bought this knowing that it's intended for DSLRs or SLRs, while I have a Lumix LX3. The hotshoe on the LX3 will take it but not all the way in, just as I expected. Clips under the flanges of the hotshoe on each side seem to be preventing sliding the level in all the way, and I'm not about to force it. But it slides in far enough without forcing it. There could be just the slightest tilt, which would account for slight difference (referred to above) from front to back.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works quite well. Though after I left it in a hot car for a day the yellow dye in the water went translucent. Still works fine. Just a bit harder to read.Published 23 days ago by K. Smith
Well it gets 1 star for actually sliding into the hotshoe slot(which it is very tight) and another star for actually arriving but other than that I'm afraid I can not award any... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeremy Deihl
I don't understsand how some say it comes loose. Of four ways to mount to my Nikon D300 (rotating the bubble) it only fits one way and then it is tight and won't go all the way on. Read morePublished 14 months ago by H. Lee Dawson
Works as designed. Does fit a little lose in the shoe so be careful.Published 14 months ago by Warren
Nicely made and finished at is already on my video camera. I would purchase from this seller again.Published 16 months ago by TWIB