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    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    Thanks for all response, I've now bought one to give it a try.
    nobody else mentioned it so one down-side -- it sticks up higher and has no protective collar so it makes it easier to take a picture of the inside of your camera bag, from the inside, with the button in place.

    so be a titch more careful, light inside there tends to be dim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summicron1 View Post
    nobody else mentioned it so one down-side -- it sticks up higher and has no protective collar so it makes it easier to take a picture of the inside of your camera bag, from the inside, with the button in place.

    so be a titch more careful, light inside there tends to be dim.
    As long as it doesn't allow the film to continue to wind on taking photo after photo of the inside of your bag!
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    Soft Release

    Another downside of the Soft Release is in cameras that you have to depress the release to turn the meter on. In these cases you might find that the battery will be drained sooner than you expected. This is what I found working in a camera Shop and having customers come in with batteries that were constantly running down.

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