Digital Viewfinder - check it out.

Discussion in 'Digital SLR' started by Joseph Chamberlain, DDS, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. Joseph Chamberlain, DDS, Nov 11, 2005
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  2. Joseph Chamberlain, DDS

    tlai909 Guest

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  3. The viewer part is definately cool. Out of interest though, have you seen
    the Canon TC80N3 Timer Remote Control?

    I got one and it's great - you can load up all sorts of combinations - for
    example you can tell the camera to wait 47 seconds then take 5 sets of 3
    second exposures, 10 seconds apart etc.

    Acts as a remote shutter release too.
    Cockpit Colin, Nov 11, 2005
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    Pete D Guest

    Sounds cool, is that a plug in unit or IR?
    Pete D, Nov 11, 2005
  5. It's plug in - works with 20D, 1D, (presumably) 5D - and a bunch of others
    (but not all).

    You're in NZ aren't you? If so, I can send you some details of a supplier I
    use on trademe quite a lot - got mine for NZD $215 - you'd prob get if for a
    fraction less.

    Basic over view at ...

    Cockpit Colin, Nov 11, 2005
  6. Joseph Chamberlain, DDS

    Pete D Guest

    Thanks mate, Aussie actually. I did go and have a look at the Amazon site
    and tried to get into the Canon site, the Canon site is the biggest piece of
    rubbish for a site I have seen in a long time. Some of the cable remotes are
    useable on the Pentax D-SLR cameras and that interests me for use on my DS.


    Pete D
    Pete D, Nov 11, 2005
  7. I looked at a few of the posted links and could not find the basic specs yet.

    - What is the sensor resolution?
    - What is the LCD resolution
    Please give *real* colour HxV, e.g QVGA is 320x240 (76k) and *NOT* 230k
    - What is the coverage
    - Any optical zoom?
    This will make it actually useful for focusing and regular use

    Eyal Lebedinsky, Nov 12, 2005
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