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04-20-2012, 03:01 AM   #16
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They're not completely generic - my friend's Nikon D7000 hotshoe cover did not fit my K5 properly.

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Well, I have never seen one of those before. I guess the best word to describe them is "CUTE". Thanks for sharing those with us.

And I hope you don't mind if I don't buy one!!

haha don't worry, although I have one but never taken it out to use, that would be too dorky even for myself
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Yep. I have a few of the toy cameras.
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Thank you all for your help. The assistance given here is nothing short of remarkable.

I have now purchased two (yes, two - just in case I lose one) generic protector covers complete with bubble level at the unbelievable price of $AU3.38 for both of them free post from Hong Kong. Amazing!

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Can I get a camera-shaped mini-hotshoe cover for the mini-hotshoe on the mini-camera on the hotshoe of my actual camera?
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oh man, that bubble level would be cool but it would only work in landscape mode.
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oh man, that bubble level would be cool but it would only work in landscape mode.
There is a 3-way bubble level too. Perhaps it would do the trick for you?
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There is a 3-way bubble level too. Perhaps it would do the trick for you?
sweet, i'll look into it.

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