Small in Price, but Big in Features!
The ProView multipurpose viewfinder is one of the most versatile LCD Viewfinders for DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras with standard 3 inch screens!
Clear and Sharp Images let you Focus with Ease!
The ProView multipurpose viewfinder will magnify your LCD screen image by 2.5 times so you can easily focus on your subject. It offers a true view of your image when working outdoors in bright daylight. An adjustable diopter ring moves the primary lens forward or backward if your image does not appear focused. This is especially helpful for those who have less than perfect vision.
Enjoy Shooting Outdoors
Prevent annoying glare on your screen so that you can see true color saturation, contrast and proper exposure.
- 2.5 x Zoom
- Adjustable Loupe Focus
- Rotatable & Removable Eye-Cup
- Doubles as LCD Sunshade
- Magnetic Mounting Interface
- Works best with most 3" to 3.2" LCD Screens
- 1-3/4 in tall x 2-1/2 in wide (44x63mm)
- ProView Multipurpose LCD Viewfinder
- 2 - Metal Frames with Adhesive Backs
- Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
- Lanyard Neckstrap
Questions & Answers
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Will this fit a Sony A5100?
Yes, the viewfinder can fit the 3 inch LCD screen on the Sony a5100.
Hello. Will it match a FUJI XT 1 Camera ? Thanks.
Yes, it will fit the 3 inch LCD screen on the Fuji XT1.
Will this fit a Canon G7X Mark II?
We haven't personally tested this model, but the specifcations from Canon USA show it has a 3" diagnonal LCD screen, so it should fit well!
Which are external and internal dimensions of the frame? I want to mount it on Sony A5000
The external dimensios are 72 x 53mm and the internal are 65 x 47mm. The a5000 specs indicate a 3" LCD screen which would be the same size as the Sony a7RIII which we have pictured. The fitment is great on that camera.
Will this work with the Lumix G7 camera?
Yes, it will fit the Panasonic Lumix G7's 3" LCD screen.
compatibility with Nikon D-800 and D-850?
The ProView will work great with both the Nikon D800 and D850's 3.2" LCD screens.
I'm using the Pro View, on a Nikon D750, now I new it was going to be a Little bit to small by about a 1/8 inch, but it Blocks Very Little on the edges, and on bottom Monitor Info, still readable... Like the Dioper(loupe) adjustment.. To use a Sun shade Carefully push on the Loupe center bottom, carefully pull out and gently lift up, close tight fit... Quality wise I do recommend, not chincy Plastic... Only improvements, Directions stating the above separation info, and maybe a bigger unit... PS, fits my Nikon D500 the same way....