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Construction photos of the process shooting
On 2017-03-09 15:20:37
I think it's good.
However, we'd like a future consideration in the following ways.
① I want those who stretched the anti-reflection film.
② With a little more without rotating to the right and left in the extension bar portion will be something better.
Please more than consider how.
Construction blackboard in a narrow place
On 2017-02-03 15:44:56
Because it can be taken by only a narrow place so as not to put one person will be saved a lot.
Photographing maintenance work of the national highway
On 2015-10-23 14:48:27
It is light and compact. I also want a blackboard specification.
For on-site photography
On 2015-01-19 08:18:56
I write on a clear board with an aquatic black pen, but if I make something even somewhat something it will disappear or become faded, so I think I should improve. The price seems to be a bit high.
On 2014-10-19 00:12:01
I feel a little heavy in the shape of the camera
I am using it when taking pictures of work sites and materials.
On 2014-10-02 16:57:52
I am satisfied that I can take pictures without being knocked down by the wind, but because I set the turtle sticks a bit because of the central installation, I had a point that I could not write and I decided to use degree of satisfaction -1.
Photo shoot before and after construction at site
On 2014-08-06 16:45:35
I think that it is very convenient because you can attach a camera and shoot with one hand. It is useful as well as the time of work.
On 2013-07-16 08:03:35
It is quite good!
For photographing on site photo
On 2013-01-18 18:31:50
Because the board part is fixed at right angle to the rod, if you try to stretch it and put it in the corner it will definitely distort. Because the board surface does not become parallel to the camera (lens). Although the part that stretches and shrinks does not rotate, when the play grows greatly, the board tilts slightly to the right and left with a cockpillar. It seemed convenient to use it attached to the camera, but ...