Zacuto Z-EVF-1S EVF Snap

BH #ZAZEVF1S • MFR #Z-EVF-1S
Zacuto Z-EVF-1S EVF Snap
Key Features
  • 3.2" High Resolution Monitor
  • Compatible with Z-finder View Finders
  • Supports up to 800 x 480 Resolution
  • Supports HDMI Signals / 2 Class A Ports
The Zacuto Z-EVF-1S EVF Snap is a 3.2” high resolution monitor, compatible with the Z-finder view finder series and displays images at a resolution up to 800 x 480. Allowing you to operate with virtually any camera with an HDMI output, including the Canon C100/C300/C500, Sony FS100, Sony F3, Scarlet, Red One & Epic, Panasonic AG-AF100, it allows you to operate your DSLRs with correct form factor for video. With 2 class “A" HDMI ports, the EVF Snap supports loop through to another monitor or device.
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Zacuto Z-EVF-1S Overview

The Zacuto Z-EVF-1S EVF Snap is a 3.2” high resolution monitor, compatible with the Z-finder view finder series and displays images at a resolution up to 800 x 480. Allowing you to operate with virtually any camera with an HDMI output, including the Canon C100/C300/C500, Sony FS100, Sony F3, Scarlet, Red One & Epic, Panasonic AG-AF100, it allows you to operate your DSLRs with correct form factor for video. With 2 class “A" HDMI ports, the EVF Snap supports loop through to another monitor or device.

With exposure assist feature, the EVF allows you set 2 separate IRE levels for displaying images. With focus assist (peaking), it enhances edge sharpening, which allows the object in focus to stand out. Featuring a blue only mode, the monitor assists in calibration by providing the ability to view SMTPE color bars.

The EVF Snap monitor supports viewing of anamorphic images produced by anamorphic lenses and has frame line generators that include 1.33:1 (4x3), 1.66:1 (15x9), 1.78:1 (16x9), 1.85:1 (35mm theatrical), 2.35:1 (Cinemascope), and a "rule of thirds" grid aspect ratio frame lines. You can manually scale images or even recall presets from the camera, and control over brightness and contrast for a clear and precise display.

Displaying the level of audio being recorded via audio meters, the EVF Snap has a battery level indicator that gives you an indication of the charge available in the battery. It has 3 assignable function buttons and provides live preview while changing menu items, which results in effective operation.

3.2" high resolution monitor
Compatible with Z-finder view finder series
Displays images at a resolution up to 800 x 480
Allows you to operate with any camera with HDMI output
Allows you to operate your DSLRs with correct form factor for video
2 class "A" HDMI ports support loop through to another monitor or device
Exposure assist - allows you to set 2 separate IRE levels
Focus assist (peaking)
Enhances edge sharpening that allows the object in focus to stand out
Blue only mode
Supports viewing of anamorphic images produced by anamorphic lenses
Frame line generators
Manually scale images
Recall presets from the camera
Allows you to control over brightness and contrast for a clear and precise display
Audio meters
Battery level indicator
3 assignable function buttons
Provides live preview while changing menu items, which results in effective operation
USB firmware upgradeable

Zacuto Z-EVF-1S Specs

Display3.2" TFT LCD IPS LED
Resolution800 x 480
Color16M
Viewing AngleH: 170º /  V: 170º
Display Viewing Area70.6mm (H) x 42.76mm (V)
PowerBattery: 7.2v Canon LP-E6 or equivalent
External: 12v Power adaptor (optional)
Video Input/OutputHDMI: 480i / 480p / 576p / 720p / 1080i
Operating Temperature-4 to 158º F (-20C to 70º C)
Storage Temperature-22 to 176º F (-30 to 80º C)
Power Consumption2.5w (5.20 hours with a 1800mAH Battery)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10 x 7.1 x 3.7"
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According to Zacuto, the Z-EVF-1S EVF Snap supports resolutions up to 1080p, and as such the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K should work with this EVF with it's 1080p HDMI out. https://www.zacuto.com/zfinderevf
Answered by: Eric
Date published: 2020-07-29

Does anyone know if this monitor will work with ...

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Asked by: Jacob
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Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2020-06-16

Does it have a waveform monitor?

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Asked by: Ben
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Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2020-05-07

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Does this monitor allow LUTs to be loaded on-board? Or does the camera need to output a Rec.709 image?
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Does it works with the sony A7S ll?
Asked by: Julin R. G.
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compatible with the Canon 5d3?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, I use this with our 5D3. I would note, however, that due to the finicky nature of HDMI and the awful connection type it uses, you can easily bend the HDMI cable and lose connection. I'd recommend getting an HDMI port protector like the one from LockPort or from SmallHD.
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