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Kinotehnik LCDVF

23 June 2012 | 4:24 pm

Thanks to the modern DSLR we can shoot HD or full HD videos with our cameras. This is perfect but there is an accessory that will improve your films and take your edits to higher level.It is the Kinotehnik LCDVF. The LCDVF is a simple but effective accessory that will help you improve the focus and to stabilize your camera.

Mounting it is very simple. First you need to place one of the 2x metal frames that comes in the package on the LCD of your camera. The viewfinder then has a magnetic interface that will click-on/click-off to the metal frame. Simple and practical.

The LCDVF magnifies 2 times the camera LCD allowing a more precise and detailed focus. And due to the fact that you will hold the viewfinder up to your eye, the camera will be stabilized against your face.

The LCDVF also improves the use of the LCD in bright daylight outdoors.

LCDVF specifications

  • Aperture diameter: 40mm
  • Magnification: 220%
  • Body material: Impact resistant ABS
  • Eyecup: Skin friendly silicone rubber
  • Eyecushion: Bluestar microfiber
  • Universal mounting interface: Galvanized and powder coated metal shield
  • Weight: 110g / 3.84 oz

The LCDVF isn’t as robust as some other expensive viewfinders in the market but it’s very practical to carry on and to switch it to use in other cameras. Made of impact resistant plastic it comes with a 2x metal frames you need to make everything work .

You have some other options on the market but none of them can beat the Kinotehnik LCDVF price to quality.
If you are not a professional but still want to shoot videos occasionally the LCDVF is a great choice.

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