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Zigview LCD that attaches to viewfinders
A new device is being marketed by UK distribution company Intro2020 that allows you to view the scene in the viewfinder on an LCD. The Zigview monitor attaches to your SLR's viewfinder where the image is captured by the CMOS sensor inside it and relayed in real time to the 1.9-inch TFT. The Zigview works with most digital and film SLRs and is supplied with an eyepiece adapter for common Nikon, Canon and Fuji cameras. Adapters for all other cameras will cost£6.99. The Zigview monitor will retail for around £119.99.
ZIGVIEW - the world's first Digital Angle Finder makes low and high level photography easy with its unique rotating LCD monitor.
ZIGVIEW simply attaches to the eyepiece of your SLR camera where the viewfinder image is captured by a CMOS sensor built into the Zigview and relayed in real time to a 1.9 inch/TFT colour display for easy viewing at any angle.
The Zigview is particularly useful for low angle photography where you would struggle to see through the viewfinder especially with Macro work, or high angle situations such as press work where it is impossible to see the subject when taking pictures over crowds etc. Zigview makes it easy to see the subject in both these situations and many more, without any difficulty.
ZIGVIEW will work with most digital and film SLR cameras and is supplied with an eyepiece adapter for common Nikon, Fuji and Canon cameras. Other adapters for Konica Minolta and Pentax are available as accessories.
The ZIGVIEW is available now from photographic retailers with a suggested retail price of £119.99 including VAT.
Adapters carry a suggested retail price of £6.99 including VAT.