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Nauticam Full Frame Straight Viewfinder 40°/ 0.8:1

SKU # 32212

$ 1,845.00

The next generation Nauticam Full Frame Straight Viewfinder 40º/0.8:1 is the perfect addition to housings for cameras with the latest generation of larger Electronic Viewfinders (EVFs) such as the Sony A1 and A7SII as it provides a bright, clear and undistorted image of the camera’s viewfinder with it's 0.8:1 magnification. This enhanced viewfinder is essential for precise focusing and artistic composition.  This viewfinder is also available in a 1:1 version whose higher level of magnification can accommodate viewing of the entire image field on cameras with standard mirrorless camera EVFs and DSLR optical viewfinders.

The Full Frame Straight Viewfinder also provides more clearance for your regulator allowing for more a more comfortable viewing position, installs in seconds without tools and retains the hassle-free underwater dioptric adjustment feature.

Introducing Nauticam Full Frame Straight Viewfinder 40°/ 0.8:1

For over a decade, Nauticam’s Enhanced Viewfinders have been known for superior optics, tack sharp performance and first-of-its-kind underwater dioptric adjustment. Anyone who has used these instruments has grown to appreciate what an asset they can be to any underwater photographer. But the camera world has seen radical changes in technology in the last ten years, including ever increasing size and resolution of Electronic Viewfinders (EVFs) found in the latest high-end mirrorless cameras. These newer EVFs challenge even the finest enhanced viewfinders for underwater housings.

In response to this technological evolution, Nauticam is excited to introduce the next generation of Enhanced Viewfinders designed to meet and exceed the requirements of all the current digital camera EVFs, as well as what is expected in the near future. The new Full Frame Straight Viewfinder employs entirely new optics to allow distortion free viewing without clipping the image frame. With the new viewfinders, reviewing images in playback or navigating the menus through the EVF has never been so easy.

32º/1:1 vs. 42º/0.8:1

Because different photographers have different needs and priorities, Nauticam offers the Full Frame Straight Viewfinder in two options. The 1:1 viewfinder option offers the most magnification available for underwater viewing while preserving the image field and surrounding data on most cameras. This viewfinder is a breakthrough in performance on high resolution EVFs and is an absolute joy on traditional DSLRs. The level of detail rendered is unequaled in the industry.

For those utilizing cameras with known EVF challenges such as the Sony’s A1 and A7SIII cameras, or just for the photographer who wants as much working room on the viewfinder field-of-view as possible, Nauticam offers the new 0.8:1 version. The 0.8:1 viewfinder offers an equally crisp and bright EVF display as the 1:1 viewfinder, with slightly less magnification for uncompromising corner to corner image viewing or better imaging of shooting data.

Hassle-free Underwater Dioptric Adjustment

The much-loved dioptric adjustment is still featured and allows for easy eyesight adjustment in-water without disassembly of the viewfinder.  as well as the simple installation and removal that takes only seconds.

Tool Free Installation

The Nauticam Full Frame Straight Viewfinder can be installed in seconds without any tools.  The viewfinder is a direct replacement of the stock 0.66X viewfinder on DSLR and many full-frame mirrorless housings but requires an easily installed adapter on certain MIL housings.

Whether future proofing a viewfinder purchase for your current rig, or patiently waiting for a viewfinder worthy of the latest pro mirrorless camera you are diving, these cutting-edge viewfinders are the new industry standard to be looking at.



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What's In The Box

  • 32212 Nauticam Full Frame Straight Viewfinder 40º/0.8:1

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  • Viewfinder Collar Adapter to use with MIL Housings (PN 32215)

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