The New Zigview S2 Digital Viewfinder has a highly
sensitive, no lag, sharp 2.5inch (230k pixel) LCD. It also features
a NTSC/PAL Video Output jack so the image can also be viewed on
any video monitor. The display module rotates 300° and flips
up and down 180° for easy viewing at any angle. The image can
be flipped 180° to conform to the screen position.
Zigview S2 image sensing module and display module
can be separated using an accessory video transceiver cable. This
enables you to remotely monitor the viewfinder image from up to
40ft away and also fire the shutter remotely from the remote monitor.
S2 has a programmable motion detector sensor and intervalometer
with the same parameters as the Zigview R (see
S2 employs a user changeable standard ENEL5 rechargeable
battery. A shooter using the Zigview S2 can have
several charged batteries on hand for long shoots.
There are three models of Zigview S2: A, B, C.
Each model has a different set of optics specifically designed for
different groups of cameras. And, each Zigview S2 model
includes interchangeable eye pieces for specific camera
simply attaches to the eyepiece of your digital or film SLR cameras
and displays the image in real time on a 2 inch/TFT color display
for easy viewing at any angle.
Zigview is particularly useful for low angle photography
where you would struggle to see through the viewfinder especially
with macro work, high angle situations such as press work where it
is impossible to see the subject when taking pictures over crowds,
and for copy work, etc. Zigview makes it easy to
see the subject without difficulty in these, and many more situations.
addition to the above, the Zigview-R offers a motion
sensor shutter release, a sophisticated intervalometer, and a Bulb
exposure controller, making it the ideal accessory for wildlife,
nature, and macro photography, or any situation where a covert or
accurately timed approach is required.
motion sensor fires the shutter when movement is detected based on
changes in brightness levels in 9 areas of the viewfinder image. This
innovative design allows the sensor area to cover any distance and
any area of view including the most extreme telephoto and wide angle
lenses. The sensitivity of each trigger is variable to allow movement
in parts of the field of view.
intervalometer can be set to fire the shutter over a period of up
to 999 days with exposure intervals of between ½ second to
99 days, allowing huge creative possibilities. This can be combined,
if required, with its timed “BULB” feature which can be
accurately set over a wide range enabling photographers to repeatedly
control long exposures.
the Motion Sensing and Intervalometer can be started at the push of
a button, on a countdown timer, or at a specific time and date with
almost limitless shutter applications.