For about $65 dollars, one would think that the Kamerar QV-1 LCD View Finder would be using a very cheap optical element. Seeing how sharp the screen looked through the loupe, I inquired if it was real glass. They stated that it was indeed glass and not your average cheap resin (plastic) element found on other cheap VFs. Of course, instead of just taking their word, I decided to perform a little burn test.
Plastic or resin view finders should have shown signs of damage under similar conditions, while the Kamerar QV-1 element remained completely unscathed. Well if it’s not plastic, it sure is pretty damn good. I think there’s a decent amount of people already working with this view finder, so what’s your feedback about the product? Leave a comment below.
You can find more information about the Kamerar QV-1 LCD ViewFinder at the product page (click here).
QV-1 LCD View Finder + QV-1 Kit with QB-15 Quick Base
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