- Dimensiones del producto: 32 x 15,4 x 32,7 cm ; 454 g
- Número de modelo del producto: DSL-4
- ASIN: B006TZKCCQ
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 28 de mayo de 2014
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº314.228 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
Burbuja Niveladora Digital Opteka DSL-4 para Cámaras Digitales, DSLRs y Videocámaras
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The Opteka DSL-4 Quad Action Digital Spirit Level is for any camera with a standard hot shoe fitting (adapter required for Sony/Minolta), showing not only horizontal level but also vertical alignment. This really cool device is well-suited for portraiture, nature, architectural, and technical photography. It also allows precision camera orientation for shooting vertically for skyscapes or downwards for applications such as flat copy work. Additionally, it has an intelligent custom setting so you can set up the device to meet your particular needs.
In the form of a cross, the device displays leveling information with 7 color LED lights for each axis. The LEDs shine progressively from deep red to light red and finally green in the center when the camera is perfectly level. There is also a handy set of lights on the back for indicating when the camera is horizontal. The LEDs have 3 levels of illumination, brightness adjust, sensitivity adjustment and a power-save mode.
Battery: 1 x CR-2032 (3.0V)
Battery Capacity: 20 hours (medium brightness level), 30 hours (battery power-save mode, minimum brightness level)
Dimensions: 1.23 x 1.3 x 0.6" (32 x 32.7 x 15.4mm)
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Antes usaba uno de doble burbuja pero en algún rincón de baja luminosidad no lo veía bien.
Este cacharrito se ha convertido en un buen aliado que me evita mucho trabajo de correción de líneas en el pc.
Tuve que calibrarlo porque venía muy descompensado.
En mi caso, amortizado plenamente.
No problems with the product.
Won't hesitate to order again from this seller.
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The Opteka is a Chinese knockoff of the Seculine Action Level Cross AL-205. It may actually be made from some of the same tooling, though the pad printing is very slightly different (as is the clear plastic lens over the LEDs). The major difference is that the Seculine is a little better made and has (i) a spring-loaded mechanism in its shoe mount (so that it does not rely on tight fit alone to stay in the camera's shoe; (ii) a magnetic mount (which looks like a flash shoe); (iii) a leatherette case, and (iv) a leash. The Seculine can also drive a slave display (so if the main unit is somewhere you can't see, you can use a 2.5mm cord to run a second display that you can see. The Opteka has the port for this, but it's anyone's guess whether it's connected to anything. Compare the Seculine instructions:
A Huge difference between this and the Seculine is that the Seculine gives you two-axis readouts whether the camera is vertical or horizontal, i.e., it does pitch and roll (nose up/down, rotation about the lens axis). The Opteka only does pitch when the camera is turned 90 degrees. This is useful, but not as useful as also having roll as well.
The other major operational difference in the Opteka is that the sensitivity display works in the opposite direction: on the Seculine, a flashing amber all the way to the left means most sensitive; on the Opteka, it's all the way to the right. The "most sensitive" setting on either is more than enough to beat the bullseye levels that come in many medium and large format cameras - and it's very, very jumpy (well, the human user is, but humans don't have LEDs mounted...).
Since the Opteka has a flat bottom (unline the Seculine, which has two spring loops on the bottom), you can use mounting tape to mount it to a flat space on the top of your camera.
This is a great level if you can figure out how to get it into your line of sight while handheld shooting - because the tilt is color-coded, it is very easy to see green in your peripheral vision and know things are level.
Went home and tried to calibrate using the Instruction Sheet that came with it. Verbiage is difficult to understand, obviously translated from a foreign language, possibly Chinese. Went out shooting again. Found it very sensitive or finicky. Pictures still came out not perfectly horizontal.
The bubble level works better but hard to use in the dark.