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Tamiya Magnifying visor review?

September 17 2010 at 9:47 PM

Kent Eckhart  (Login Kent_Eckhart)
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Have any Hyperscalers out there tried these?
http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/item.php?product-id=74092

 
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Dave Cantrell
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Umm...

September 17 2010, 10:43 PM 

Nope.. Not at that price anyway. I got a couple of cheapy sets at the Harbor Freight for like $10 a pop... That was 10 years ago...

Cheers,
Dave

 
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Bruce Hunt
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great if you can get a bargain

September 18 2010, 11:32 AM 

I got a set at cost from a local HS as a friend that works there highly recommended them. For close work they provide excellent magnification and unparalleled clarity...but I find them awkward as they must be flipped up to return to normal viewing. I find myself preferring my half lens readers where I can look down for magnification and up for normal. If I were a figure painter I would probably use them more.

 
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Kent Eckhart
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Thanks Bruce.

September 18 2010, 8:28 PM 

I took the plunge and ordered a set. I used the survey discount code Tamiya USA is offering now. 25% off was good enough for me!
Kent

 
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Tom Booth
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Man, unless Nikkor or Zeiss lenses, that's pretty $$.

September 18 2010, 6:20 PM 

I'm quite happy w/ my five yr old Optis using the #8 and #10 lenses. Have been using them for 20-30% of my close up detail modelling/painting. Great for wood splinters too.

 
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