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 Du-All Microfinder 11X (Black body) $ 150





The Du-All Microfinder 11x is a director's viewfinder which toggles between varying film standards including anamorphic, super16 and 35mm. The viewfinder can also accommodate 2/3", 1/2", 1/3", 1/4", 1/5", 1/6" video formats. The unit is machined from high quality aluminum making it both lightweight and durable. comes in blue body with red barrel. Also available in blue with gold barrel & all black.

Aspect ratios:
Academy, TV (4x3), 1:66, 1:78 (16x9), 1:85, 2:35, 2:55
Film - Super-16, 35mm, Anamorphic,
Video - 2/3", 1/2", 1/3" Mini DV, 1/4", 1/5", 1/6"
Rear eyepiece: Adjustable
Weight: 7Oz./198g
Dimensions: 2.2"/56mm long extends to 3.3"/ 84mm.  2.1"/ 53.5mm

Focal lenth range for Du-All Microfinder 11x

S16mm - 10-117mm
35mm - 18-200mm
Anamorphic - 35-400mm

2/3" - 7.2-80mm
1/2" - 5.2-58mm
1/3" - 3.9-44mm

Comes with:

• Screw-In Cap (Front)
• Carrying Case
• 36" Neck Strap

Alan Gordon Mark V $ 695

The Mark V Director's Viewfinder accurately defines choice of lenses, angles and coverage in a wide variety of formats for both film and video. It enables filmmakers to communicate their visions to each other quickly and with complete accuracy, allowing the time saved to be used on the art of filmmaking.

With a 12:1 zoom ratio, the Mark V Director's Viewfinder is an essential tool for today's professional filmmaker.

Setting up shots using the 16mm and 35mm direct-reading windows gives you a wide range of film and video formats including 1/2", 2/3" and Super 16.

The aspect ratio ring is calibrated for film and video ratios 1.33:1, 1.66:1, 16 x 9, 1.85:1 and 2.40:1.

12:1 Zoom Ratio Ring

Smooth zooming from wide angle to telephoto. Focal lengths are viewed in windows located on the barrel of the viewfinder. The zoom range for the various formats is as follows:

Zoom Range
16mm film- 8.5-100mm
Super 16 film - 10.5-125mm
35mm film - 18-200mm
35 Anamorphic film - 35-420mm
1/2" video - 6.5-80mm
2/3" video - 8.5-75mm
1" video - 10.5-125mm

Adjustable Aspect Ratio Ring

You may adjust the viewfinder to the aspect ratio that is appropriate for you film or video application. The standard theatrical 35mm, 16mm and video aspect ratio is 1:33:1. Other ratios callibrated on this ring are: 1.66:1, the European standard, 1.85:1, a non-amorphic wide screen ratio and 2.40:1, anamorphic wide screen, also known as Panavision or Cinemascope. A setting is also provided for 16 x 9, the aspect ratio generally accepted as wide screen for HDTV.

6 Glass Elements

Produces the sharpest image possible.

Color Coding

Film sizes and video formats are color-coded for quick reading.

Adjustable Focusing Ring & Rubber Eyecup

The eyepiece focusing ring can be adjusted to sharpen the image at any given setting, much like the viewfinder adjustment on your camera. The collapsed rubber eyecup prevents scratching your glasses.

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