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    I used a lot of interslice's foam, it's great. I've done all 4 of my Nikon bodies plus a bunch of other cameras and backs. No problems at all.
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    Mirco Tools, look em up on the web, sells an assorted pack of self stick light baffle (get the USA made for better density) for $20. You cut the strips with a razor. Pick out ALL of the old goo, stick in the new and you have enough left over to start a business. Those kits aren't self stick so you will have to use some contact cement and that is a mess to deal with.

    BTW you don't need camera specific foam, you need strips of the correct thickness and lengths.
    Anyone can make a Digital print, but only a photographer can make a photograph.

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    Interslice's foam for the grooves along the top/bottom aren't self-stick, but they work just fine using what is basically a pressure fit insertion. The other pieces of foam, of varying thickness, are self-stick.

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