HOODMAG3.0 3 X AUMENTO OCULAR DE 3' HOODLOUPE
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El HoodMAG 3.0 est dise ada para encajar donde se instal el original HoodLoupe 3.0 ocular o HoodEye3.0. Quitar la ojera existente de la HoodLoupe y simplemente Monte nuevo 3.0 HoodMAG presionando sobre el ocular.HoodMAG tiene un ajuste ligeramente m s apretado que el cilindro original. El anillo colectando montado dentro de su HoodMAG ocular permitir dioptr as sin girar el ocular. Ajuste de dioptr a sigue siendo el mismo simplemente gire el anillo de dioptr as izquierda o derecha para su visi n.
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It gives a 3x magnification which is nice - the selling point for me was the eyecup though. Being able to view the LCD even better in daylight (with the hoodloupe) made a significant difference to me (the eyecup prevents extra light from getting in around the sides.. especially if you have glasses).
It can also be used with HDDSLRs to record video (although the attachments sold to "connect" it to the camera are either expensive rubber bands.. or an expensive "crane" as they call it, which is about 3x the cost of this thing. I'm currently just using it as a loupe to review photos taken on a DSLR, and really enjoy it.
My big gripe is the price. The hoodloupe was already terribly expensive.. this is a little more than 50% the cost of that. Had it been cheaper, I'd give it 5 stars. At it's current price (which never goes on sale) I just can't give it more than 4.
My logic was correct. Not only does the Hoodmag 3.0 *not* improve the image, it makes it worse. Granted, the purple fringing is gone, but when using the Hoodmag 3.0 on the Hoodman loupe, the outer 50% of the frame is horrible to view. Looking at the center of the image is like having tunnel vision. Sadly, I can't tell a 3.0x magnification of the LCD either. Perhaps 2x.. or 1.5x.. but not 3. With, and without, the LCD looks the same to me, aside from the tunnel vision effect you get with the awful blurry edges.
Look instead for the Varavon Loupe, or if you really want to drop the bucks, the Zacuto Z-Finder... I suppose they're the market leader for a reason.
Not fun any more to take pictures except with my DSLR, which is too big and heavy for me to carry around most of the time.
I bought the Hoodman trio: the loupe, the strap, and the magnifying eyecup. They're light and they fit in a small case on my belt. My camera phone is in my top pocket, and so will my compact be when I choose it. Very casual unplanned snaps: OK, I can do without the Hoodman. Anything more serious needs maybe 20 seconds to mount the Hoodman. As good a view as an SLR, better than a superzoom. Problem solved; now taking photographs is fun again. A further advantage: when the state of the compact camera art advances, the Hoodmen will fit any new purchases.