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LCD viewfinders to date have been relatively simple, fixed magnifiers that are basically loupes that magnify your DSLR’s rear LCD screen. There’s just one problem with using these solutions — you have to be directly behind the camera at eye level to use them. To remedy this problem, Redrock Micro is today showing off their microEVF, a self-powered electronic viewfinder that uses a DSLR’s HDMI output to feed the eyepiece image. It’s flexible in the way that a real viewfinder is — meaning, it tilts up and down, and generally allows you to use your DSLR much more like an actual videocamera. More »