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I had a specific question about compatibility with my lens so I emailed NatureScapes on Sunday morning, not expecting to hear back until at least Monday. I received a very detailed reply from an obviously knowledgeable person - in LESS THAN TEN MINUTES! Not only did he answer my question - he pointed out to me that there was a less expensive option if I purchased two items together PLUS he alerted me to a $15 off sale that I would have not otherwise known about. In my 73 years I have NEVER had this kind of service - I will be coming back to NatureScapes in the future for all my gear needs! Highly recommended!!!
I'm a real stickler for customer service. Good service is pretty rare these days, yet Naturescapes has gone far beyond what I would call good service - it has been amazing. It is such a pleasure to deal with honest people who care if the customer is happy. Please keep up the excellent work!! Many thanks!!
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Puffin Pad Pro
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November 14, 2012
I purchased this to support my 300mm f2.8 when shooting from the car, It is excellent for that and I found you can shoot from your car roof with it as well. This works exactly as described. I would recomment it to everyone.
Advantages: light, well designed, takes up little space
November 28, 2011
Works as advertised but may be a little overpriced for what it is. However, it is one of the least expensive alternatives and does the job for me of shooting from a car window.
Advantages: Compact and easy to affix to the car door/window. Very light.
Disadvantages: Wouldn't hurt to be a little larger to provide more surface for the lens but wouldn't be as easy to store.