KAMERAR QV-1 LCD VIEWFINDER VIEW FINDER
KAMERAR QV-1 LCD VIEWFINDER

LCD Viewfinders have several benefits including:

  • Create a shaded view of the LCD in sunny conditions, helpful for judging focus and exposure
  • Magnification of the lcd for greater level of detail and focus
  • Adding a 3rd stability point giving you more options for smoother video while on the go
  • Block out the distractions and allow you to focus on your composition

My Video Review of the Kamerar QV 1 Viewfinder

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 Kamerar QV 1 Pros:

  • Durable construction
  • Quick release system and Manfrotto PL501 compatible plate
  • Quick flip for even easier access to the touchscreen
  • Fit smoothly with easy adjustable range
  • Reversible Eye-cup for left or right eye viewing
  • 2.5x magnification

Kamerara QV 1 Cons:

  • Focusing mechanism feels sticky – this isn’t something you should need to adjust
  • No lens cap for eye-piece. Honestly this is something I would toss as soon as it arrived but some like having caps.

Bottom line: for the money this is a well made and excellent option for videographers with DSLRs or mirrorless cameras shooting in conditions that make the LCD difficult to see.   Even in normal conditions the magnification and general benefits of using a viewfinder make this a recommended purchase.  I have even found it useful for manual focusing during macro photo work.

Example of Magnification

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QV 1

 

 

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