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Hands-on review: LCD viewfinder

by Daniel Wolfe Posted in Contests, Gadgets, Photo/Video, Reviews

We at NorthGeek are pretty lucky. All we ever do is geek out on tech, gadgets, cars, sports, apparel, and more – and sometimes, we have companies (like DigiFinder, for example) who send us products to review and GIVE AWAY TO OUR READERS!

This review covers the LCD viewfinder, a $60 must-have accessory for HDSLR owners. The one featured in the video is for our Canon Rebel T2i (or 550D for our European readers), but we have two other sizes – a 2.7″ inch and 3″ variant – to be given away to two lucky readers/Twitter followers. To win the model of your choice, simply leave us a comment below or on the YouTube page of this review, with why YOU deserve this free HDSLR LCD viewfinder. That’s it, that’s all! Winners will be selected by Christmas Day.

Also, if you’re Canadian and want these LCD viewfinders to be more readily available up here in Canada, please let us hear it in the comments! NorthGeek may just start bringing them in for sale up in the Great White North!

Enjoy the review, below:

Also worth noting, the DigiViewer eyecup is now available for sale! It’s $25 USD. Here’s what it looks like:

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  1. 4 Responses to “Hands-on review: LCD viewfinder”

  2. By Pierre on Jun 13, 2012

    I have one and it’s great! Now I need more adhesive frames… do you know of a Canadian supplier?

  3. By Daniel Wolfe on Jun 13, 2012

    @Pierre, I wish I did… You can contact the manufacturer through their website,

  4. By Pierre on Jun 14, 2012

    That’s a good idea, I might do that. Jag35 in the US sells what I want (extra little sticky frames) but they ship via ups and they use a customs broker, so a $10 item will wind up costing me $50 or so!

  5. By Pierre on Jun 15, 2012

    Update: there is no Cdn retailer but I will try a shipment from Germany to see if it’s cheaper than using Jag35’s shipper (ie, try to avoid a customs broker). I’ll report back when it’s here.

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