Posts Tagged ‘electronicviewfinder’

Strange Rumor Suggests Canon Will Put an EVF in the Next Rebel; Is the Rebel Line Going Mirrorless?

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Rumors that are still half a year away from any possible official confirmation are to be taken with an extra-large salt lick, but this one about the next Canon Rebel is just too interesting to ignore. Read more…

Sony Officially Reveals the RX100 Mark III, Boasts Brighter Lens & Pop-Up Viewfinder

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It’s finally here, and lest you feel the surprise of the RX100 Mark III was ruined by the spec and photo leak from early this morning, fear not, they got at least one thing wrong. Read more…

New Fujifilm Firmware Brings the X-T1’s EVF Performance and More to the X-E2

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Fujifilm is making a name for itself as a company that truly supports the cameras it puts on the market. By delivering major firmware updates for existing models (even ones that have been discontinued and replaced) they make it less likely that people will upgrade, but simultaneously build fierce customer loyalty.

Today, Fuji continues down this road with firmware 2.0 for the X-E2: a major update that brings the X-T1’s nearly no-lag EVF performance and more to the older shooter. Read more…

ClearViewer: A Folding High-Diopter Lens That Turns Your LCD Into an EVF

ClearViewer is the compact camera’s equivalent of a DSLR viewfinder attachment. It’s a folding high-diopter lens that lets you use your compact camera’s LCD screen as an electronic viewfinder by putting your eye less than 2 inches away from the screen. This lets you see fine details in the shot, make precise manual focus adjustments, and avoid the problem of glare.
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A Look Through the Electronic Viewfinder of the Fujifilm X-E1

When we handled a pre-production model of the Fujifilm X-E1 at Photokina back in September, we noted that there seemed to be some strange pixelation, a little lag, and a delay after shots. We said at the time that those issues were likely due to the fact that it was an early demo unit of the camera, and that now appears to be true. A photographer named Andrew (apw100 on YouTube) recently got his X-E1 before most people by ordering through eBay from a company in Hong Kong. He then shot a series of videos showing the EVF quality by putting his iPhone up to the viewfinder.
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