SEETEC EVF: $220 Budget Electronic View Finder

 

SEETEC-EVF

Found this on Cinescopophilia the other day and thought I would share it with you guys. If you’re looking for an EVF solution, but can’t afford a Small HD DP4 EVF or Zacuto EVF, this might be a decent budget solution. The SEETEC EVF E-350 is an electronic view finder compatible with all cameras with an HDMI output including DSLR’s like the Canon 5d Mark II, 7D, Nikon D800, Panasonic GH2, Sony FS700, Red One, etc.

Read More…

Zacuto EVF is Out and I Eat My Words

I’ve had the chance to briefly check out the new Zacuto EVF and, well its awesome. Some of you will remember my somewhat harsh criticisms when it was first announced. Oh how the tables have turned since then. Zacuto has come out will a killer product on time, and Redrock Micro has done nothing more than make a fool of themselves. I’ll be surprised if they even get their remote follow focus out as soon as they stated.

I hope to get my hands on the Z-Finder EVF to do a review for you guys, but in the meantime, check out Nino’s great review.

Read More…

EVF Updates

So its been awhile since RedRock Micro announced their MicroEVF and Zacuto showcased their ideas for the Z-FinderEVF. Since then there have been some changes in specs, information, pricing, etc. The main changes being Zacuto adding mounting options, and Redrock adding a loupe through HDMI support (copycat?). Here are some videos from both manufacturers updating us on EVF info.

Zacutos EVF videos:

Redrock Micro EVF Updates and Info:

(Video Cred: Cinema5D, Zacuto)

Zacuto Talks EVF

Sometime in the last 12 hours Zacuto put together a page sharing information on their 2011 EVF. Simply put, its a high resolution 3.2 inch monitor coupled with a Z-finder.

Review these specs and then lets discuss this… Read More…