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The Varavon LOUPE EX-SOLO DSLR Optical Viewfinder has four main parts: the loupe itself, the diopter handle, the main body, and the dial. Designed for the Nikon D7000, this 3" viewfinder is large enough to cover your camera's screen. It features 3x magnification and no need for external power sources. You can choose to view the screen with the loupe, or you can open the viewfinder and utilize the hood. The aluminum dial, which mounts to the camera, fits into the camera's 1/4" tripod mount, securing the viewfinder. The durable hinge ensures the long life of the EX-SOLO, allowing the device to open up to 180° time and again. Other notable features include the sponge seal, which blocks unnecessary light and the diopter for adjusting the viewfinder to your eye.
No Batteries Required and Compact Size
Loupe EX is a viewfinder that does not require a battery. In addition to being lightweight, this viewfinder is 3" in size and also features 3x magnification
You can transform the viewfinder from hood type to Loupe type through a simple operation
Using aluminum dial, Loupe EX is mounted on the camera. It is easy to mount and dismount because of dialing system. There is a 1/4" hole, so it is able to mount on tripod
Utilization of the Hinge Technology
Technology used for foldable cell phones are applied to the loupe and mainbody. Never worry about worn out hinges!
There is a hinge on the loupe to prevent the loupe from automatically closing - the hinge has the capability to hold the loupe open over 180 degrees
The sponge seal blocks unnecessary light and protects the camera's LCD
There is a diopter on the loupe, so users can adjust its vision. The knob above the loupe provides additional focusing options, enabling you to put the lens at the most comfortable position