Just imagine how irritating every thread would be if a couple hundred people chimed in to say they didn't like the thread. The proper thing to do is to ignore the thread and find something you do like. Positivity makes for better reading.Why can't I have a say if I have an opposing opinion?
Thanks does the button just screw on?jon595 said:Just to give it a more stealth look and I like it.
That is a Gariz soft shutter button, found here on eBay.
I've actually done this with all the older m4/3 camera's I've had, a GF1 and G3. I used just a matte black paint and it was very easy. I've since sold both, couldn't really tell if the buyer cared or not. I just like the look of it more. I had some left over leatherette skin left over so I just cut a few pieces and see if it would stick before painting this one.
No, this style of Gariz soft release button uses a double sided 3M tape. Before I put it on, I wiped the shutter button down with an alcohol wipe, let it dry and then pressed and held the button on for a minute. I let it set for a few minutes and it's been stuck on there ever since.Thanks does the button just screw on?
Thanks for the info! You think it has enough height with a HLD-6 battery grip installed?btango05: I took my EM5 with me to the store when I bought my hard case, I wanted something to hold the EM5 with a mounted lens plus one other lens. The HPRC 2200 fit the bill. The store also had some Pelican cases but all of them were too big (I know Pelican makes smaller ones, it is just the store didn't have them). I think the HPRCs are a bit lighter when empty.
When it came time to pluck away I fitted my longest/fattest lens (Voigtlander 17.5) so no matter what lens I might have mounted, it should fit. The internal and external dimensions are listed here (H P R C | HPRC 2200), if you find a Pelican about the same size it should work.