Now This is something they should teach in photography school, it’s probably one of the more valuable skills a photographer can have. I just wish I’d known this trick back when I used to shoot with the FM2. The thing is built like a tank, and having dropped it numerous times, I remember just how durable the hot shoe actually is.
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