vistoalreves

Joined on Jul 22, 2012

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On article Richard Franiec creates accessory grip for Sony RX100 (115 comments in total)
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vistoalreves: I have been using for over two weeks this amazing piece of gear.

The camera, without grip, feels very comfortable. Given it's low weight and the subtle thumb grip, it can be hold without much effort.

I am sure that some people will benefit from a quality grip like this, depending on hands size or just personal preference. So it's good news to have aftermarket options to personalize the camera.

But I am grateful that Sony didn't add it from scratch, as it would have added unnecessary weight and, depending on it's design, annoying points of pressure on my fingers. The rounded, rigid body, feels perfect for me.

Congratulations for your great design and manufacturing.

Minimalist designs deliver manyfold ways to tune gear for everyone, doesn't it?

I think of Leica cameras, Gibson guitars, iPhones and many other industrial designs which are so great as they are born, as they are when tuned for other feel or purpose.

Link | Posted on Jul 22, 2012 at 17:18 UTC
On article Richard Franiec creates accessory grip for Sony RX100 (115 comments in total)

I have been using for over two weeks this amazing piece of gear.

The camera, without grip, feels very comfortable. Given it's low weight and the subtle thumb grip, it can be hold without much effort.

I am sure that some people will benefit from a quality grip like this, depending on hands size or just personal preference. So it's good news to have aftermarket options to personalize the camera.

But I am grateful that Sony didn't add it from scratch, as it would have added unnecessary weight and, depending on it's design, annoying points of pressure on my fingers. The rounded, rigid body, feels perfect for me.

Link | Posted on Jul 22, 2012 at 03:28 UTC as 10th comment | 2 replies
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