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Old 12-14-2016   #921
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my SP is perfect for me for my biking and hiking excursions, so much so that i recently purchased an S3. as Tom has mentioned, Nikon RF's have a way of multiplying when you're not looking...



i restored the S3 which was in rough shape as much as I can (with Nikon F parts). The rear window would scratch up my glasses, but I used black electrical tape and used a cutter to shape it into the vf window.



currently I'm looking for light blue automotive tint film to bring out the contrast in the RF patch. it is definitely not as bright or usable as-is compared with the SP.
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