Kinotehnik launches LCDVF viewfinder for Canon 5D MK III

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I'm sure this is just one of many Canon EOS 5D Mark III announcements coming at NAB (which starts April 16th) – this one is an update to the popular LCDVF viewfinder.

It is interesting that there are a lot more pre-announcements this year… companies wanting to get a jump on the news cycle it seems.

Kinotehnik launches viewfinder for Canon 5D MKIII: LCDVF 3C

Kinotehnik launches viewfinder for Canon 5D MKIII: LCDVF 3C, now has diopter correction.

LAS VEGAS, NV, April 16-19 2012. Kinotehnik, a Northern-European maker of photo and video accessories famous for the original LCDVF range of viewfinders, announces a new viewfinder specially designed for Canon 5D MKIII cameras.The new product will turn Canon 5DMKIII’s LCD screen into a huge electronic viewfinder for precise image evaluation and shake-free handheld operation.LCDVF 3C will follow the same design principle as the rest of the LCDVF family, where the subtle metal frame is attached to the camera body, enabling clipping the eyepiece on and off with the help of magnets. This design has been proven to be very successful as Kinotehnik has sold tens of thousands units since the launch of the LCDVF range in 2009 already.But in addition, LCDVF 3C will boast one significant improvement – the revised eyepiece design will now accept optional diopter correction lenses. Any standard diopter correction lens with 37mm threads can be used, while the physical design and main measurements of the eyepiece remain the same with the rest of the range.LCDVF 3C will be available in May 2012 through Kinotehnik retailers or directly from www.kinotehnik.com, retailing for $125. Kinotehnik is also working on expanding the LCDVF range for new Nikon D4 and D800 cameras.



The LCDVF mounted on the Canon EOS 5D Mark II

via Kinotehnik – Kinotehnik launches viewfinder for Canon 5D MK III

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(cover photo credit: snap from the Kinotehnik site (yes it shows a Nikon… glad to see you're paying attention!)

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