Actually it isn't loose so much as a tiny bit large for the product I'm using in it. I'm using a viewfinder intended for a rangefinder (so I can view throughout long exposures in an SLR). These finders aren't all that cheap and I'm nervous about it falling out. Not being good at "southern engineering" (as a former plumber of mine in Texas called it; sorry if this is offensive in some way), I don't know how to make it stickier. Does anyone have any solutions? Thanks.
You can try taping the foot of the viewfinder with gaffers or scotch tape.
Terrific, Larry, thanks. I hadn't heard about gaffers tape, but that seems to be the thing.
Try useing the plastic from a milk jug. Thats what I use to shim up loose hot shoe atachments. Less hassel than tape and it dosen't muck up your camera.
just cut a piece to fit and your all set. I even keep a bigger piece in my bag for a makeshift flash difuser.