Zacuto's Z-Finder Pro + Z-Finder Jr

In this product video, Steve Weiss and Jens Bogehegn explain the benefits of the new line of DSLR optical viewfinders: Zacuto's Z-Finder Pro and Z-Finder Jr. These viewfinders are manufactured in the USA and designed for use with a wide range of DSLR cameras, including the Canon 5D, 7D, 1D, Rebel T2i and Nikon D3s and D7000. Steve and Jens discuss the different levels of magnification, special features, extender frames and 2 different types of tall frames for use with battery grips and tall body cameras such as the Canon 1D.About the Z-Finder Pro: 2.5x + 3.0x

Zacuto’s Optical Viewfinders allows DSLR cameras to have the correct form factor for video. It offers 2.5x or 3.0x focusable magnification,a 40mm diameter Zacuto optical designed lens, an anti-fog coating protective cover, an eyecup preventing extraneous light leakage, a diopter and a field of view perfectly matched to 3” LCD screens. The diopter allows you to dial in the focus to match your eye.About the Z-Finder Jr:

An excellent starter viewfinder that. offers a 2.5x focusable magnification, a 40mm diameter Zacuto optical design lens, a large form fitting eyecup preventing extraneous light leakage, and a field of view perfectly matched to 3” LCD screens. It does not have an anti-fog coated lens. Therefore if you are going in between extreme environments, you will need some type of anti-fog wipe or material. For more product information and specs, please visit http://www.zacuto.com/z-finder-dslr-viewfinder

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