What is the Kinotehnik LCDVF Viewfinder?
"LCDVF is the missing link of the hybrid "photovideography" era. It is an essential accessory that enables today’s photographers to take advantage of the video features of the new generation DSLR cameras like Canon 5D MKIII, Nikon D800 and many others. It’s like viewing a 42" screen from 140cm (4.6 feet).
In the heart of the LCDVF is an achromatic lens pair that consist of two optical components vacuum-cemented together to form an achromatic doublet which is computer optimized to correct for on-axis spherical and chromatic aberrations. Similar quality of optics is rarely to be seen in even professional broadcast equipment. "
- Image and description from the Kinotehnik Website
How do I check out the Kinotehnik LCDVF Viewfinder?
The items that are part of the Tech Lending Program are checked out on a first-come, first-served basis at the Services Desk in Honnold/Mudd Library by current Claremont Colleges students, faculty, and staff who have a valid library account.
An optional consultation is available to patrons who wish to receive an orientation on how to use any of the items in the Tech Lending Program. Patrons who wish to have this orientation should email firstname.lastname@example.org, to set up an appointment.
All items are available for a checkout period of 4 days with no renewals. Items are available for checkout only to students, faculty, and staff of the Claremont Colleges. You can check the current availability of this item through the following link: Kinotehnik LCDVF Viewfinder.
Prior to borrowing an item from the Tech Loaning Program for the first time, all users must sign a copy of the 'Claremont Colleges Technology Borrowing Agreement.
Late fines for these items are $1/hour; items are considered lost after 24 hours and users will be charged the full replacement cost at that time.
The complete loan policy is available on the 'Claremont Colleges Technology Borrowing Agreement, which can be found below:
The following items are included in the box for Kinotehnik LCDVF Viewfinder:
Information on how to setup the LCDVF Viewfinder with your DSLR Camera can be found on the online user guide: