1). Will the Flipbac Angle Viewfinder fit my camera?
Please see our Camera Models list:
2). What if I already have a screen protector on my camera's LCD screen?
We recommend that you do not apply the Flipbac on top of a LCD protector.
We will not warrant adhesion if a LCD protector is used with the Flipbac. Please
remember that the Flipbac will provide good protection for your camera's LCD.
Many people find they do not need a LCD protector when using the Flipbac.
For more details, please see: HOW TO APPLY
3). Do you ship internationally?
Yes. There is a minimum US$7.75 WORLDWIDE shipping fee to any country. Shipping fee for larger orders will be calculated in Shopping Cart.
4). What is your shipping policy?
There is a minimum US$7.75 worldwide shipping fee. This is sufficient for most orders. Shipping will be calculated in Shopping Cart.
Estimated transit times: These times are estimates only. We ship items regular
post so delivery times cannot be guaranteed and may take longer than listed
here. * PLEASE NOTE - DELIVERY DELAYS: Although we get your package to the post office right away, postal systems are experiencing unprecedented volumes. Your items will arrive, but may take longer than expected. The times below are just an estimate. Delivery dates cannot be guaranteed.
USA / CANADA: 10-14 business days*
SOUTH AMERICA: Approximately 14 business days*
EASTERN EUROPE / GERMANY / UK / SCANDINAVIA: 10-14 business days*
SPAIN / FRANCE: 10-21 business days*
ITALY: Approximately 1 month*
AUSTRALIA / KOREA / HONG KONG / JAPAN: 7-10 business days*
5). What is your return policy?
We will be happy to exchange a product or refund the purchase price within 30 days
if you are not 100% pleased with the Flipbac. Please email us if there is anything we
can do to improve your experience. If you have any questions about our return policy,
please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
6). Will I be charged VAT or customs duties?
In most cases NO. Since this item is under $30 in value most countries
will not charge
VAT or custom fees. However, any VAT, custom fees, or additional charges are the
7). How far does the mirror open?
The Flipbac opens up to more than 180 degrees in the horizontal (landscape) and8). Can I remove the Flipbac Angle Viewfinder? What if I don't want to use it all the time?
vertical (portrait) positions. Also, the Flipbac does not have to be held open. It will
stay in position. See VIDEO 2
Basically, yes, you can remove it without damaging your LCD. However, the current9). How do I take overhead shots? Do I have to mount the Flipbac upside down?
Flipbac was not designed to be taken off and put back on. We use a semi permanent 3M
adhesive. It will not damage your camera if you remove the Flipbac. If the camera surface
was clean you may even be able to re-apply the Flipbac. We offer replacement
3M stickers upon request.
To remove the Flipbac just slowly and evenly (try not to bend the frame) pull the mirror/frame
away from the camera and the adhesive will release. If there is any adhesive remaining on
the camera (and there shouldn't be) it will roll off like rubber cement. We thoroughly tested
several adhesives and found the 3M gave us no problems/damage whatsoever. How to remove
Again, the Flipbac is designed to stay mounted to your camera. Actually, we find having
the Flipbac on the camera allows for more spontaneous use of this feature. If you need it,
it is there to use and you don't lose the moment as you are trying to re-attach the Flipbac.
Since it opens to more than 180-degrees horizontally and vertically, the mirror can easily
and quickly be flipped out of the way for those times you don't want to use it. It really does
become part of the camera and using the Flipbac becomes very intuitive.
Using the Flipbac for over heads shots is easy. Mount it as recommended but just
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turn the camera upside down to use the Flipbac while taking overhead photos. It may
take a moment to get used to having the camera buttons on the bottom, but unless the
majority of your photos are taken from the overhead position, this shouldn't be a
big issue. How to use.