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This is a neat idea, but very challenging to use in its current form. The prism is TINY. So small that it’s difficult to see anything through its itty-bitty slit. The rest of the device — the clamp and gooseneck — is large and cumbersome by comparison. I would enlarge the prism by at least 2x, and slim the support rig by 30%. Will continue to try using it and see if I get used to it.
Very difficult to use. Can I return it?
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I have NOT received it. Correos Express says that they delivered. Theyndid not.
Please refund my money or reaend.
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I had high hopes for Neo Lucinda. I spend a lot of time painting and drawing, and I’m pretty good, but I spend an awful lot of time getting perfect proportion and perspective. I had hoped this would be a handy tool for portraits and landscape. I’ve only been fooling around with it for a day or so, but it is not easy to use, the instructions are vague, and the results are awfully disappointing. Do I mount it on my left or right? Do I have it upside down? Can I control for the size of the image? Why can’t I see my hand or pencil tip? I’ll keep playing with it, but it feels like $55 down the tube.
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I was surprised by the quality of it at first. This is very well done! It took me some time to figure out how it works, but now I am fine. Just needs time to practice. I might get the bigger version.