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    Try this :

    http://vufine.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Kanes View Post
    Nice little gadget but I don't think it will offer a virtual size big enough to pull focus. But really not enough information to form a clear opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elsie N View Post
    chris, wait for the Group Buy... please... for the sake of my pocket book. '-)
    Let's see what the team over at Epson says as they are not a boutique company as we all know. A group buy may not be in their interest, but it won't hurt to ask.

    I'll bring it up to them at NAB, and I'm sure other people will as well.
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    I think the Zeiss cinemizers might be a better option for this kind of thing. Obviously you have to remove them completely to be able to move around. But they'd certainly make operating from all the weird nooks and crannies you get into on set a lot easier on the old neck.
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    Cinemizer is now sadly discontinued, HOWEVER...

    Vufine is a Monocular system that makes a decent replacement, and Avegant Glyph is a SUPERB Binocular Replacement.

    I am totally open to trying these out though, I don't have any horse in this race, just sharing the ones I know about.
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    would be nice to take the monitor off the ronin.
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    The Glyph is AMAZING!!!!! You can see where you're walking as you have enough visibility below the goggles. The clarity is unreal and definitely feel confident pulling focus off of them. Crazy bright too, so don't rely on them for color reproduction/image exposure
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    Chris - glad you like the Glyph! It certainly is impressive in many ways.
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