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D600 with L-Bracket and Cable Access

ericbowles

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Wed 16-Jan-13 11:07 AM

Mark

I think you're right about balance. A front heavy lens like the 24-70 or 17-55 can make the problem more of an issue than a lighter lens like the 16-35 or a prime. For occasional use I would probably skip the spacer, but if you shoot in portrait orientation a lot of the time the spacer could be useful.

Thanks for pointing it out.


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