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    LCDVF for Phase One P+ series backs

    does anybody have tried to find correct LCDVF for P+ digital backs ?

    I can't find correct size :/ in 4:3 aspect ratio.. All of them are too big..

    due I live in Poland hit and miss isn't an option.. (shipping costs)

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    Re: LCDVF for Phase One P+ series backs

    Is it even possible to connect one?

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    Re: LCDVF for Phase One P+ series backs

    no, but if we cut off one edge of frame should be fine..

    below KINOTECHNIK LCDVF frames



    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    Is it even possible to connect one?

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    Re: LCDVF for Phase One P+ series backs

    My recollection is the LCD image quality on the P+ Series of Phase Backs was pretty low resolution such that a magnifying hood would not help. A simple non-magnifying (no optics)[ device would block stray light. Unfortunately most commercial hoods are designed for the 35mm 2:3 ratio so they do fit well on the Phase Back. There are several 35mm size adhesive mounted three sided hoods offered by B & H aw well as a non-magnifying lupe made by Hoodman Company.

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    Re: LCDVF for Phase One P+ series backs

    to fot P back, lcdvf frame should have dimensions as below

    from 40mm to 45mm vertically
    from 50mm to 66mm horizontally

    Quote Originally Posted by fotophil View Post
    My recollection is the LCD image quality on the P+ Series of Phase Backs was pretty low resolution such that a magnifying hood would not help. A simple non-magnifying (no optics)[ device would block stray light. Unfortunately most commercial hoods are designed for the 35mm 2:3 ratio so they do fit well on the Phase Back. There are several 35mm size adhesive mounted three sided hoods offered by B & H aw well as a non-magnifying lupe made by Hoodman Company.

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