Z-Finder EVF Video Series ~ Part 3 "What Do All The Numbers Mean?"
Part 3 of the series brings together Director Steve Weiss, Cinematographer Jens Bogehegn and Digerati Gary Adcock to discuss the nuts & bolts of digital filmmaking: pixels, dot pitch, resolution, magnification, sharpness and HDMI.

ABOUT ZACUTO'S EVF VIEWFINDER
Zacuto is changing the game again! We are transforming the form factor of DSLR cameras for video use with our Z-Finder EVF. The Z-Finder EVF is a 3.2” high resolution monitor that will be used in conjunction with all the Z-Finder models. The Z-Finder EVF allows you to operate the DSLR camera with the correct form factor for video with the camera "in-line" to your rod system (the most stable way) and your eye in the Z-Finder EVF. It will enhance the stability, give you better resolution, allow you to get your eye where it most comfortably needs to be, enable low mode shooting, have your EVF in the back of a dolly or crane, detached from the rig for car shots and more.

Zacuto Z-Finder EVF 3.2” monitor has higher resolution than DSLR LCD screens. These screens have a resolution of 640×480 on a 3:2 aspect ratio screen. Therefore, you only effectively see the resolution at 640×360 in 16×9. The Zacuto Z-Finder EVF monitor resolution is a true 800×480 making the resolution 56% greater than the on-board DSLR camera screens. The Zacuto monitor also has a tighter dot pitch which also improves the quality, making you see a much tighter pixel pattern.

To watch the full "Z-Finder EVF Video Series" and for more information, specs, pricing and availability and to sign up for the EVF reservation list, visit zacuto.com/zfinderevf.

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