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    Level?

    Any good source for small levels to be attached to my tachihara 4x5?
    I can't find one at Home Depot or Lowes.

    Thanks.

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    Didn't they have the sort of levels intended to be attached to a hand drill? I have to admit I'm not a big fan of those small levels. Why not just pickup a torpedo level? It doesn't take up that much room.

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    Jessops sell a small level which fits a hotshoe or accessory shoe. See here.


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    Home Depot has little round ones. About $2.

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    The best, smallest level I could ever find is:
    http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...h-results1.jsp

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    Quote Originally Posted by david b
    Home Depot has little round ones. About $2.
    Or, get a "line level". These are about 3" long and cheap!

    You could even take the actual bubble level piece out of the plastic body and glue that to your camera - if - that's what you need, and you feel like you can get it glued on "level", as it were.

    Good luck.

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    here is what you want...http://www.jbhphoto.com/level.htm contact Harlan he has them.

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    I picked up a retangular bubble level on a key chain at a dollar store and it works well if just placed on the bed of my Crown Graphic.
    Brian McDowell

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    I found levels at my local Ace Hardware Store. They are listed as "RV" levels--that is for campers and motor homes. They have adhesive backs so you can just stick them on.

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