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I find that sometimes I either have to take a picture quickly or I will lose the subject and/or I take a picture then find a picture in a picture. In any case, I get into severe cropping to get the image I want. In the attached image, the original ORF photo was 4032 x 3024. The cropped version is 1356 x 1077. One web site I use says the cropped version should not be printed larger than 8 x 10". I just used LightRoom Classic to print it out on 11 x 14" paper and it looks good. That implies that LR did a good job of resampling to enlarge it. I come across this enlarging need frequently and was wondering if there are other good tools to use. Thanks
Subal GS-180 viewfinder gives a magnified view of the camera viewfinder without distracting changes in angle of view. Optics are superb. Seals with two o-rings for security. This used item looks pretty ratty cosmetically, but the glass is in good shape and optics are equal in use to brand new. The flimsy rubber eyecup supplied by Subal tore, so I repaired and reinforced it with thin strips of rubber. Looks like junk with the added strips and yellowish glue, but it is actually stronger than the original cup and does not collapse when you press it to your mask, as it did when new. GS-180 is currently advertised in USA for $1995 new. I am asking less than one quarter of that for this used one that does the same job as a new one: $495 (plus shipping from Hawaii, USA).
For sale: Subal straight-through 180 degree magnifying viewfinder, listed by Subal as GSV180 if purchased with housing or GSV181 if sold separately. Excellent optical condition and very good overall condition with just a few minor cosmetic blemishes. Rubber eyecup in excellent condition. Asking USD $982, plus shipping from Hawaii, U.S.A. (by FedEx). I see this item currently advertised at the two main USA u.w. photo gear shops at $1429 and $1539 respectively, so that's about 35% or about $500 off the new price. Includes plastic cover for rear element. This should fit in any Subal housing, but I can't personally guarantee that.