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    How do you dress your A7x up?

    I just ordered one of these



    and here's the part I like since I drag things around on my motorbike in the backcountry alot:


    These are made by Angelo Pelle

    I'll pretend it's one of those fancy digital Ms without a LCD

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    Re: How do you dress your A7x up?

    Nude except for RRS L bracket armour.
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    Re: How do you dress your A7x up?

    Quote Originally Posted by uhoh7 View Post
    I just ordered one of these



    and here's the part I like since I drag things around on my motorbike in the backcountry alot:


    These are made by Angelo Pelle

    I'll pretend it's one of those fancy digital Ms without a LCD
    Very nice purse for teh Sony ! But hey - does that strap cover the rangefinder?

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    Re: How do you dress your A7x up?

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterA View Post
    Very nice purse for teh Sony ! But hey - does that strap cover the rangefinder?
    Hoping it might grow one
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    Re: How do you dress your A7x up?

    Personally I just use some black electrical tape to cover the logos, GGS screen protector and and one of these straps
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    apart form that I like them naked

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    Re: How do you dress your A7x up?

    Quote Originally Posted by Viramati View Post
    Personally I just use some black electrical tape to cover the logos apart form that I like them naked
    Ditto!

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    Re: How do you dress your A7x up?

    Nothing added except 1-inch of black tape on the strap ends to keep them from poking me in the eye or coming loose.

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    Re: How do you dress your A7x up?

    Personally, I like nude .... exactly the way it came out of the box except for a screen protector.
    I liked the leather half cases on the Leica M8, but they also added more grip and did not interfere with the minimalist controls.
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    Re: How do you dress your A7x up?

    Naked, except for black tape over name & logo. It's just something to use, not to decorate?

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    Re: How do you dress your A7x up?

    Those Angelo cases are gorgeous!.. I am a huge fan of the full cover.
    I am looking at different cases, but I really don't like the look of the half case, which is what most people have.
    Oddly enough, they have a silicon skin for just about every camera, but the sony a7...
    I'm still indecisive, but I'll pick something up soon.

    I was thinking a kaza..

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