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Seagull Right-Angle Viewfinder’s Unique Usage Manual

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This Seagull right-angle viewfinder offers great flexibility of camera angles for my Canon 5D Mark II, but only when shooting stills. Solidly made with 1x and 3.3x viewing magnification, 360-degree rotation, click stops at 45-degree intervals, and an adjustable diopter eyepiece.

Lens Construction: 9 elements in 5 groups, high quality glass roof prism. It’s sharp, lightweight, inexpensive (about one-third the cost of the equivalent Canon product), and includes the unique Usage Manual below.

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1 comment to Seagull Right-Angle Viewfinder’s Unique Usage Manual

  • Nathie Tieman

    Too technical for me but I’m sure it helps your fellow videographers.
    It was good that you included the usage manual. Keep the articles coming; they are great.

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