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FLM 2D Bubble Level

BH #FL2AXBLVL • MFR #12 02 901
FLM
FLM 2D Bubble Level
Key Features
  • Shoe-Mount Foot
  • Mount to Hot Shoe
  • 2-Way Bubble Level
  • For Vertical and Lateral Tilting
The 2 Axis FLM 2D Bubble Level has two vials or tubes to measure forward, backward, and lateral tilt to align your camera vertically or horizontally. The level has a hot shoe foot to place the level on your camera.
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FLM 12 02 901 Overview

The 2 Axis FLM 2D Bubble Level has two vials or tubes to measure forward, backward, and lateral tilt to align your camera vertically or horizontally. The level has a hot shoe foot to place the level on your camera.

FLM 12 02 901 Specs

Dimensions1.3 x 0.74 x 0.74" (33 x 19 x 19 mm)
Weight0.38 oz (11 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.03 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.6 x 1.4 x 0.85"

FLM 12 02 901 Reviews

Better than that Sony A7r4 internal level

By Charles
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-03

It's not perfect, the center of the level lines isn't exactly 100% level, but its better than the worthless internal level on my Sony A7r4 (reads all green when you're off over a degree, garbage!). You can learn where the true level is and get very close to 100%. A little overpriced for what it is but worth it to save the time fixing the rotation in post.

A little off. Same as Vello and others?

By Jack
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2018-06-28

Checking it against the camera's own level guide as well as along a beam level, it's a little off. On the roll axis, the bubble has to be touching the right line, not sitting between the 2 lines. According to my phone's level app, it's off by a degree. Not the end of the world, but they can certainly do better. In the store I tried the Vello version for comparison. Looks exactly the same, and was also off in the exact same way. Seems like B&H sells half a dozen rebrands of the same thing. Also, I don't understand why the foot on the rectangular side is not square; it goes in the camera's shoe only one way. I also don't understand why the foot on the square end overreaches the level and overlaps the foot on the rectangular side, so that even if the foot on the rectangular side were square, you still wouldn't be able to mount it on the camera sideways. And a sideways mount would've be preferable. (This is probably hard to imagine, but get your hands on one, and these things will be obvious.) All in all, it could benefit from a couple design tweaks and tighter tolerances. If the other brands are indeed the same thing, it certainly doesn't pay to spend the extra money.

great little addition

By Kathleen
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-06-16

I needed something I could see clearly and I could use with the monopod. The tripod has it built in but I am often shooting without it. This little wonder fits in the smallest of bags. It is now, along with my adjustable ND filter, a permanent part of m =y "grab-n-go" kit.

just what I needed

By Todd
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-10-06

if you're doing architectural photography then get one.

FITS SNUG

By Dennis
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-07-17

Fits my Sony Alpha 68 perfectly horizontally and vertically, any type tilt.

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