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Photography | Answered on Jun 30, 2018

you just cannot lurn to take good photos over night, it takes years of practice and hard work, mixed with sweat and frustration and you may still not take a good photo,,, it takes more that just "clicking away" to get it right, read books on this as many as you can just to get an idear of what and how to get the best composition and depth of field,, to make your photos stand out,,the photos you dont like just beleat,,,but please dont be put off by what other people say about your work,, its yours,, not theres! if you wont to show some to them only show them a fuw photos,,, not the lot, or you will bore them i have been taking photos for 50 years now, and i can honestly say iv only realy took about 30 that i realy liked,, others have won prises,, but i never realy liked them?
beauty is only in your eyes and not in every bodys eyes
just go out and take photos of what ever you like or takes your fancy
then realy look at them to see them from another way then take that

Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Jun 22, 2018

Hello, Richard -

I am not finding any replacement parts online (in the USA) for the Sunpak 7500 Platinum Plus tripod.

However, in the USA, ToCad America appears to provide repair services for Sunpak products.


Scroll down that page to the Contact Us section where you can fill in a form to send an email message. You can ask if the company provides and sells the right kind of replacement handle.

Best wishes.

Sunpak... | Answered on Jun 20, 2018

Fixya is unable to suggest sources for Ambico quick release plates.

Ambico... | Answered on Jun 17, 2018

most binoculars can be bought from camera shops along with telescopes. Try the one closest to you and if they haven't got what you want may be the next best thing is to buy a new strap.

Bushnell... | Answered on Jun 14, 2018

I can find no info on this subject, there is a AC adapter available through Amazon

PANAVUE Pana-Vue... | Answered on Jun 12, 2018

2 x 3v cr2 battery

Nikon N55 35mm... | Answered on Jun 11, 2018

The answer is actually very simple but not immediately obvious. no doubt the spring is showing and there seems no way to push the pole back in. there is a collar above the spring on the top part of the pole all you have to do is slide the collar down the pole over the spring, then retract the pole and slide the collar back up the pole to its original position.

Hama Alpenpod... | Answered on Jun 09, 2018

You have a Konica T4 or an A3, they never made a A4. The camera is from the 70s. I would try the rewind button on the bottom, press it in, then try the advance lever. See if that frees it. There are mulitple levers and arms that must move in certain suscession to advance and fire an old 35mm camera. The grease gets old and the gears get out of sync. Open the back and see if the mirror is up, if it is that is a clear sign of internal mix up of gears. They are not worth it to repair, even a cleaning would cost $100. Konica is not a popular model, they can be found for sale on E-bay and on-line camera stores for dirt cheap, reminded that they are 40 years old if you buy a used one.

Konica... | Answered on Jun 07, 2018

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