Twitter Giveaway – New Carry Speed VF-4 LCD View Finder

[Update] Give Away is Closed. Follow me on Twitter for more FREE Gear @Cheesycam

NAB2013 has already leaked some interesting new products which i'll try to post about during my time here, so make sure to follow me on Twitter as I try to publish some interesting gear throughout this week.

Carry Speed VF-4 View Finder
New & Improved - Carry Speed VF-4 LCD Video ViewFinder

Another great reason to follow me on Twitter is i'll be choosing one person every day while i'm out here at NAB to receive a new Carry Speed VF-4 LCD View Finder - not yet available online. The best part is, you don't need to be here at NAB to be selected. Here's what you need to do to qualify to receive one of these Freebies:

Step 1) Register for the Carry Speed VF-4 LCD View Finder Give Away (found here) and don't forget to Share!.

Step 2) Make sure you follow me @Cheesycam (click here) for those announcements every day while i'm at the NAB Show.

I'm working to provide the readers of this blog with more GiveAways, so stay tuned and good luck.

[Update] Give Away is Closed. Follow me on Twitter for more FREE Gear @Cheesycam



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22 thoughts on “Twitter Giveaway – New Carry Speed VF-4 LCD View Finder

  1. Emm

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    Congrats to Twitter handle @Shawn_Lights for being chosen to receive the final VF-4 LCD View Finder! Thanks for all the participation guy, hopefully i'll do another one soon.

  2. Emm

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    Congrats to Twitter: @armanijsmith for being chosen today to receive the new Carry Speed VF-4 today. Tomorrow is the last day for one more FREE Give Away. Make sure to register.

  3. Emm

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    Congrats to Twitter Handle: @photosandiego for being the second person chosen to recieve a FREE VF-4 LCD Video View Finder on this Give Away.

    We have a few more to give away, so make sure you register.

  4. Steven

    The VF-3 was pretty good, but I was wondering if you could make one adjustment to the VF-4 (or 5 in the future). The mounting plate on the VF-3 had three 1/4-20 holes. One was by itself and there were two inline with one another. It would be great if you could separate them just a hair more. Why? Well, I'd like to take a manfrotto quick release plate and use two 1/4-20 tripod screws to mount the VF-3's plate to the manfrotto's plate. That way you could eliminate any wiggle from plate to plate. Now I know that wouldn't eliminate wiggle between the VF-3's plate and the body of the camera, but it's a start I suppose. Right now, it barely works. I need to file down a spare 1/4-20 tripod screw to make it fit properly with a second one right next to it. Any thoughts on that?

  5. Emm

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    Congrats to twitter handle: @KyleMayer87 for being chosen to receive the first FREE VF-4 on this Give Away

  6. svem

    oooo.. just bought a 5D Mark 3 and looking to get one of these.

    So I followed the steps:

    1) cut a hole in a box
    2) put your junk in that box
    3) make her open the box

  7. Entered! I have the VF-3 and love it! My one complaint is that the mounting holes on the bottom of the VF-3 do not line up with the centerline of the lens. Have they addressed this with the VF-4?

  8. Niro Spade

    By the looks of those images, it does seem to be a new and improved design, yet, I still have a hunch that the access to the 5Dmk2's power switch is still denied, just like their previous VF-3 viewfinder.

    Carry Speed has to be be frank about it to its customers. Is that assumption true?

  9. Emm

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    @Henry - There will be optional brackets available that will align it to fit with just about any camera. It fits perfectly on my RX100 directly. Very cool.

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