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HoodLoupe 3.0

Posted on Monday, July 13, 2009 at 12:09PM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge | Comments2 Comments

It's not very often I use my blog to promote products, but this will truly make your life better, Kenneth :-)

For Glare Free LCD screen viewing… Checking your histogram, composition and focus outdoors is easy with Hoodman's HoodLoupe. HoodLoupe is worn around your neck just like a normal loupe. When it is time to review your shot; bring Hoodloupe up to your image and place your eye up to the eye cup for complete glare free viewing. HoodLoupe has a +-3 diopter to accommodate those with less than perfect vision. HoodLoupe adjusts focus just like a binocular eye piece... you turn the eye piece in or out to set for your vision. HoodLoupe's precise German glass optics give you a 1 to 1 ratio for true LCD screen viewing. Each HoodLoupe is encased in a user friendly rubber for comfort and protection from bumps that will occur throughout your shoot. Comfortable lanyard and compact protective storage case included. Fits up to 3.0 inch LCD screens.

PS. I got mine at Pictureline (link directly to the loupe).

Reader Comments (2)

HI Kenneth, I am impressed with all the activity, And I lik ethe picture with the blue background,I think good one!
I plan to stay 2 months in Utah this autumn, should I go for Park City, Provo,Ogden,Salt Lake City or anywhere else, ??. Also I shall check out about the 15 people course, I am interested in that of course.
I shall make some enquiries.

July 15, 2009 | Unregistered Commentersynnove

I am such a show me person when it comes to technique and yours is by far the best I have come across.. I will surely be looking forward to learning as much as I can from you in now and in the future.

I am currently enrolled with NYIP which is a great place to learn about photography but what I am really looking for is visuals which you provide in great detail. I guess you can say I am very excited about finding your web blog Kenneth, I absolutely love your Photographers Eye.

Thank you for all your unsuspecting help now and in the future.

Tamber Bliss

July 23, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterTamber Bliss

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