Artisan Obscura Soft Shutter Release Button (Small Concave, Threaded, Ebony Wood)

BH #ARSRTE104 • MFR #SRTE104
Artisan Obscura
Artisan Obscura Soft Shutter Release Button (Small Concave, Threaded, Ebony Wood)
Key Features
  • Threaded Shutter Release Button
  • For DSLR Cameras
  • Concave Button Design
  • Small 11mm Button Size
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Reduce unwanted vibration commonly associated with small shutter triggering buttons with a beautiful, threaded Small Concave Ebony Wood Soft Shutter Release Button from Artisan Obscura. Featuring a small, 11mm size, the shutter release button attaches to your camera via a threaded screw, tapered to fit most cameras, and comes with two small anti-slip O-rings, which use friction to prevent the button from loosening. Enlarging and raising the point of contact for your shutter finger can result in added comfort and the ability to use slower shutter speeds with improved sharpness.
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Artisan Obscura SRTE104 Overview

Reduce unwanted vibration commonly associated with small shutter triggering buttons with a beautiful, threaded Small Concave Ebony Wood Soft Shutter Release Button from Artisan Obscura. Featuring a small, 11mm size, the shutter release button attaches to your camera via a threaded screw, tapered to fit most cameras, and comes with two small anti-slip O-rings, which use friction to prevent the button from loosening. Enlarging and raising the point of contact for your shutter finger can result in added comfort and the ability to use slower shutter speeds with improved sharpness.

Material

Gaboon Ebony, a wood that is usually jet-black but occasionally may have dark brown or grayish-brown streaks, with little to no variation or visible grain.

Size

Small Concave

Artisan Obscura SRTE104 Specs

MaterialEbony Wood
Diameter0.43" (11 mm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)1.7 x 1.7 x 1.3"
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