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The HDVF-EL100B 11" OLED Viewfinder is Sony's first color professional camera viewfinder to use Organic Light Emitting Diode technology. Without the need for a backlight, OLED technology not only uses less energy but is able to control light emission from zero to peak brightness, delivering an amazing 1,000,000 to 1 contrast ratio. This translates into images exhibiting the deepest blacks and lightest whites, along with a wide color gamut, impressive viewing angles and a super fast response time--allowing for precise focusing and framing.
Combined with its rugged build and a flexible mounting mechanism that
includes a "stand back" feature that lets operators stand at a distance from the camera and still view the image clearly, this 960 x 540 high-definition viewfinder will excel in the most challenging studio and live event applications.
Makes focusing easier for the camera operator
Good for tracking and focusing on moving objects, especially for live sports coverage
11" (Diagonal) Display
Comfortable to view for extended periods
Easier to use in difficult ambient lighting conditions
Good operator ergonomics, including the ability to be positioned on the axis of the lens, just posterior to the camera
OLED technology inherently more environmentally friendly than CRT