Siege Refraktor - Camera Mode Instruction (from TakaraTomy Official)

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  1. Gaokaiser

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    I haven't had any issues; it's a pretty solid brick.
     
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    Agreed.
     
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    Stability is no problem. The pegs/connectors are really tight.

    Only issue is the tripod stand might occasionally unpeg itself
     
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    Yeah it can be used as a button. Also can flip the feet up on the right hand side to look like a flash if you wish.
     
  7. bearytrek

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    I flip up the middle feet to resemble the viewfinder
     
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    The translucent chest piece from the middle one works well too.....annoyingly mine are not with me so cant take pics :( 
     
  9. Spartan Prime

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    Super solid. At least on mine, they stand zero change of falling apart. The connectors are snug. You can whip the thing across the room and it wouldn't fall apart. If you're into that sort of thing.
     
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    Mine hasn't unpegged itself. Everything seems to be holding up just fine. Of course, mine has been on display since day one...
     
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    I was doing it wrong for a couple of months until I watched Peaugh's review. I had the robot arms of Spectro and Spyglass hanging off of the back. Now the camera is absolutely a solid brick. Now if the tripod would only stay on...oh well, Reflector...er, Refraktor (DAMN you, trademarks!) is one of the absolute best Siege releases that we've gotten, IMHO.

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    Love this guy. Using a head and chest as the flash was my favorite choice.
     

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