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Rubber viewfinder cover

 
Dale2000
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Nov 01, 2017 13:16 |  #1

Not sure on the exact name, but I find this cover pops off very easily on my D750, and I've lost many over the last year of owning my camera! I'm wondering if the same thing happens to most D750 owners, or if there is a way to get this cover to be more stable on the camera without coming off? I initially bought 3 'extras' but lost them all, then bought 5 additional ones, and still have several of those, but find it a pain knowing that this can come off at any bump of it, or even pulling it from my camera bag! Thoughts?




  
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