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Ricoh GR // Voigtlander 28/35 Viewfinder

Much smaller than my previous Voigtlander viewfinder, this compact gem gives a wonderful minimalist profile to my GR . You do sacrifice the 'viewing ease' of the larger finder, it is a much better option if your camera lives in your front pocket (as mine does). One great feature of this viewfinder is that it has both 28mm & 35mm framelines. If you often shoot with the 35mm crop option on your Ricoh GR this is a great finder indeed.

So the bottom line is

  • If you don't put your Ricoh GR in your pocket get the larger finder
  • If you like having a larger finder to look through on your Ricoh GR get the larger finder
  • If you live with your Ricoh GR in your front pocket, GRAB THIS FINDER
  •  If you often shoot with the 35mm crop option on your Ricoh GR

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