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Canon EVF-V50 OLED Viewfinder for C500 Mark II

BH #CAEVFV50 • MFR #3938C001
Canon EVF-V50 OLED Viewfinder for C500 Mark II
Key Features
  • Approximately 1.77 Million Dots
  • Tilting EVF
The Canon EVF-V50 OLED Viewfinder for C500 Mark II is a tilting EVF that you can mount on your Canon C500 Mark II camera. It uses an OLED display with approximately 1.77 million dots for excellent contrast and low power consumption.
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Canon EVF-V50 Overview

The Canon EVF-V50 OLED Viewfinder for C500 Mark II is a tilting EVF that you can mount on your Canon C500 Mark II camera. It uses an OLED display with approximately 1.77 million dots for excellent contrast and low power consumption.

UPC: 013803324846

Canon EVF-V50 Specs

Key Specs
Panel Type
OLED
Display Size
0.46" / 1.2 cm
Display
Color/Monochrome
Color
Panel Type
OLED
Display Size
0.46" / 1.2 cm
Touchscreen
No
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.84 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
9.1 x 5.1 x 4.3"

Canon EVF-V50 Reviews

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Would it be possible to put this viewfinder on ...

Would it be possible to put this viewfinder on the Canon c200B?
Asked by: nicolas
It is not. This cannot be used on the C200B.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-02-22

Does this work with the Canon c-300iii?

Does this work with the Canon c-300iii?
Asked by: Dan
Yes.
Answered by: Victor
Date published: 2023-10-03

Not seeing any reviews here, I'm wondering if ...

Not seeing any reviews here, I'm wondering if anyone can speak to the usability of this EVF? Coming from the Sony FS5, with a garbage evf, I don't have high hopes. Is this sufficient or should I be looking at the Zacuto Gratical or other?
Asked by: Anders
I wouldn't add a 3rd party EVF to this cam. It will add a whole set of new problems for what will likely be just a marginal improvement in image quality if there even is one. I use a Gratical Eye on a Red Komodo. It's a pain. First, you'll need to find a way to get power to it, which will likely involve using a different battery with a D-Tap. Then if the EVF doesn't have a power switch, you'll find yourself having to unplug it to save your battery life between shots. But probably the most irritating thing to me is the little nipple-switch menu/shortcut control. Seems every time I go to adjust the position of the EVF, that get's tapped and I unintentionally activate a function like peaking, which I may already have active in the camera. In any case, if I were buying one of these Canons, I would also buy the "fitted" EVF.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2023-11-05

Does this work on the C70?

Does this work on the C70?
Asked by: Alex
This viewfinder is not compatible with the C70.
Answered by: jabarih
Date published: 2021-12-15

can you turn off this viewfinder to save ...

can you turn off this viewfinder to save batteries.
Asked by: William
The manufacturer does not provide specific details to define whether or not this unit can be turned off and we have found no switches, which would allow for that process to occur.
Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2021-03-14
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