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Canon ER-hE Eyecup

BH #CAECERHE • MFR #4897C001
Canon ER-hE Eyecup
Key Features
  • For EOS R3 Mirrorless Camera
  • Large, Asymmetrical Shape
  • Rotates 360° with 90° Clicks
  • Silicone Rubber
Featuring a specialized design that is ideal for shooting in the vertical orientation, the ER-hE Eyecup is larger than the standard eyecup for the Canon EOS R3 mirrorless camera. This eyecup has an asymmetrical shape that more effectively blocks stray light along with a 360° rotating design, with clicks at 90° intervals, to suit various ways of handling the camera. It is made from silicone rubber, provides comfortable cushioning around the camera's eyepiece, and is suitable for eyeglass wearers.
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Canon ER-HE Overview

Featuring a specialized design that is ideal for shooting in the vertical orientation, the ER-hE Eyecup is larger than the standard eyecup for the Canon EOS R3 mirrorless camera. This eyecup has an asymmetrical shape that more effectively blocks stray light along with a 360° rotating design, with clicks at 90° intervals, to suit various ways of handling the camera. It is made from silicone rubber, provides comfortable cushioning around the camera's eyepiece, and is suitable for eyeglass wearers.

UPC: 013803338379

Canon ER-HE Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.09 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.7 x 2.4 x 2.2"

Canon ER-HE Reviews

Canon ER-hE Eyecup

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-12

I have really enjoyed this product. Glad I was able to get it. Thanks B&H

The Screen can't be opened when on.

By Rob
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-07

I tried the eyecup and it is well made but once installed the screen can't be opened. You would have to have if already opened or off to the side in order to use it with the eye cup. To me is is bit of a fail from Canon not designing it to work with the articulating screen.

Blocks screen movement

By scott
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-16

I guess Canon really did not think about screen movement with this. When you put it on, it blocks the screen so you have to remove it to open or close the screen. I think they made it because the eye controlled focus was underperforming in certain lighting conditions. I think they should have fixed the focus without resorting to using something like this. I hate it, only used it once, and regret my purchase.

A Big Tradeoff

By Arthur
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-16

At 4 1/4 x 3 x 2 1/2, it's more like a face shield than an eyecup. I bought it to stabilize eye position when tracking moving animals with a long lens and thereby improve Eye Control focus point selection. It does succeed in that goal. However, it adds bulk to the back of the camera, obscures the top of the LED screen, and prevents flipping the LED screen out. You have to slide the eyecup up and partly off its mount to allow the screen to pass under. Not useable with eyeglasses. Definitely improves Eye Control, but cumbersome. You may want to practice getting the most out of Eye Control with the standard eyecup before purchasing the ER-hE. Using it is a tradeoff.

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