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Inspired by Samsung's new Dual View TL220 digital camera that has a second LCD screen on the front so you can see yourself when you snap your own pict...
Way to go Samsung - this is a good idea! But, since I've already got a digital camera that meets my needs and hasn't broken *yet*, I thought I'd take...
This project is dead simple: Digital Camera Sticky backed Velcro Small 1" - 2" mirror (convex is best, flat is ok, concave w/magnificatio...
Unscrew the wingnut and liberate the mirror from the handle. Then, pry the little bracket off of the back of the mirror using your hands or a pliers....
The bracket leaves two little bumps on the back of the mirror. Since the mirror has got to lay perfectly flat on the camera body to work, use the pli...
Take one piece of the sticky backed Velcro and attach it to the camera just below the lens. Take the other piece of Velcro and attach it to the back ...
Attach the mirror to the camera.
The reflection in the mirror isn't nearly as big as the entire field that will be captured in the photo, so I just use it to target the center of the ...
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