by Jared Abrams | 2nd April 2011
Kinotehnik announced an electronic view finder for HDSLR cameras. The new EVF is based on the LCDVF design and has a similar look. This EVF has a hinged viewfinder and can double as an on camera monitor. The 15mm rod mount system will ensure stability. I think this is one of the better designs for EVF’s. It runs off of four double “A” batteries. This could be a huge plus when traveling. However they don’t tend to last very long. Here are the specifications from the manufacture. Click here to check it out.Read more
by Jared Abrams | 25th November 2010
I only had a few minutes to shoot this Quick Take on the new Cineroid EVF. It has HDMI Pass-Through, a Peaking focus assist feature, a Flip feature and Black and White. I believe Monochrome and Peaking are both quick buttons on the side of the LCD. There are also two Function preset buttons. The EVF runs on rechargeable batteries and will come with a hot shoe mount of some kind. The viewfinder is hinged at the top and flips up to get out of the way. The eyepiece can also be removed completely if necessary. No real image squeeze with the Canon 5D Mark II while recording. The image does scale down a little in record mode. The resolution was quite good on the LCD. It will also work as a small external monitor. It also has a small speaker and headphone jack to monitor sound. No mention of exact pricing yet. It does come with a nifty little carrying case.Read more
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