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  1. Hello. My name is Rocky and have been reading this forum on and off for quite a while. My photography journey started when I was a teenager living in Tokyo in the mid-60's shooting, developing, and printing black and white. I wish I had bought a Canon f/0.95 lens then selling new for about $140. Fast forward to the early 2000's when I overcame the idea that this hobby was too expensive. Not exactly true, so I compared Nikon and Canon, and really liked the image quality of Nikon, but chose Canon for its inventory of "L" glass -- especially fast lenses. I'm fortunate to have a good copy of
  2. Thanks for the info, Pico, and thank you Gobert. Looks like I may be able to take off the L-bracket when not using a tripod.
  3. OK, that's good to hear the hand grip works well for you. On my Canon gear the L-bracket on the left side extends out 1/2 inch or so behind the body giving me something to hang onto which works great for shooting landscape, and rotating the body 90 degrees for portraits, the front edge of the L-bracket rests in the palm of my hand with the thumb and forefinger wrapped around the focus ring and the middle, ring finger curled around the lens and the little finger grasping the bottom of the L-bracket. Guess I'll have to wait and see. I'm happy you like the RRS handgrip for the M10. Do you als
  4. Am especially interested in how well the RRS grip works on an M10. I just did a test shoot of an M10, and most definitely like this camera; however, it was a bit awkward holding the camera when switching back and forth from landscape to portrait, so I thought Really RIght Stuff (RRS) might help. I use L-brackets on two Canon 1-series bodies, and the L-bracket on the left side of the body is easy to grip whether shooting landscape or portrait. Also, RRS has a hand grip that mounts on the right side of the body of the M10, and would love to hear from someone who has the hand grip to see how we
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