- Easy to operate
- Enhances viewing
- No caps to protect glass when putting away
Give your eyes a break and get a clearer picture
When I first started to see mirrorless cameras I thought, “Who needs them?” I’m an originalist and I am all about my Canon 5D Mark IV but if I would have been into photography when
- Magnification: 3x (300%)
- Compatibility: 3.0″ or 3.2″ LCD screen with 4:3 or 3:2 aspect ratio
- Lanyard: 19.5″ (49.5 cm)
- Dimensions: 2.0 x 3.0 x 4.0″ (5.0 x 7.6 x 10.2 cm)
- Weight: 3.5 oz (99.0 g)
USER EXPERIENCE – UNBOXING
The unboxing of the viewfinder is not very fulfilling. In fact, it’s just a simple black and gold color box with an outline drawing of the product on the front. If I was in a store I would probably walk right by it. There is nothing jumping out at me to get my attention. On the back, it does have a good description of what the product is and how it’s used.
When I started to use it I thought this would be perfect for super sunny days but what I am really finding myself using it the most for is macro shots. Because the viewfinder has a 3x zoom I have larger viewing experience to know for sure what I am getting in focus and what might be slightly off. This has been saving me time because instead of needing multiple shots that I need to dig through to see if I got the one I wanted just right, I can pretty much see on my first try. The fact that it also snaps off to be used as a sunshade so I can go back and view images with others in the bright sky is pretty handy.
Will an LCD viewfinder be necessary once I own a mirrorless camera? I am sure it will be. The fact that the
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