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Canon angle viewfinder

sjk123 15 286 England
14 Sep 2007 8:54AM
Hi all,

Has any one used one of them, and are they any good .
Just looking at getting one but wanted to know if they are worth it .
will it same me doing lots of bending down
Or will it be another gadget that sits in the bag and never comes out ?
Tandberg 18 1.2k 2 England
14 Sep 2007 8:58AM
It will come out,and i bought mine to stop the bending down.
Got mine of e bay for 20 pound not canon,but i'd say its on eof the few gadgets that dont have to be made by canon..
So yeah get one Wink
Pete 20 18.8k 97 England
14 Sep 2007 9:16AM
I find one essential for low level work (shooting fungi/flowers from the ground up and shooting at awkward angles). Mine's more than paid for itself in the lack of uncomfortable viewing. I picked a Jessops one up off eBay for 10. I also have an older Pentax one which cost about 30 (the new price is 370!)
14 Sep 2007 9:31AM
does someone have a link to this thingie ?
Paul Morgan 20 19.5k 6 England
14 Sep 2007 9:38AM
chrisrudland 17 156 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2007 9:46AM
I purchased a Canon one for mine and its everything I ever wanted, especially the x2 bit which is very useful in magnifying the view to check when you are in manual focus.

sjk123 15 286 England
14 Sep 2007 10:01AM
Thanks for the info and help , i will take a look on ebay , if no luck there then will look at getting one from canon next week .
Thanks again
Dave , I'm off out later to try out the new filters ,i will let you know how i get on .
sjk123 15 286 England
14 Sep 2007 10:16AM
Ok took a look on E bay , there is a big gap in price ???

W.E do it 150
but you can get it on E bay for $50 about 25 plus 5 postage .
Maybe this is me being stupid but if i don't ask then i will never know .
the only problem i can see is its from H.K . is there some hidden cost in there that i should know about ?
Or is this just a great deal ?
KatieR 17 6.2k 6
14 Sep 2007 10:42AM
What is the exact description?

Is it actually a Canon one?

You are liable to tax and stuff on imports, don't forget.
Chris_H 17 1.5k 1
14 Sep 2007 10:54AM
I have one of the cheap ones from hong kong and it works well, the attachment which goes over the eyepiece is a bit of a pain but I use the item a lot. Angle finders can be used well for landscape photography too especially in harsh light you can then see everything easily in the angle finders viewfinder and really concentrate on the composition much beter than using the cameras own viewfinder.

sjk123 15 286 England
14 Sep 2007 11:26AM
sorry just checked that and no its not a canon one .
told you it was me being stupid ...????

BigCol 20 1.8k 1 Scotland
14 Sep 2007 12:10PM
If you check THIS page out you'll find lots of 'universal' angle finders, mostly from Hong Kong/China, and all for a lot less than the pukka version from Canon.
sjk123 15 286 England
14 Sep 2007 4:35PM
thanks for the link.

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