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Old March 3rd, 2014, 08:28 AM   #1
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Review: Zacuto Z-Finder EVF

Originally Posted by Adam Wilt
The left side of the housing has four small momentary-contact pushbuttons and a push-on, push-off power button. The top button is used to call up and dismiss menus; F1-F3 are used as programmable function buttons and are also used to navigate the menus and select items. Buttons repeat when held down, making menu and parameter traversal less tedious. The function buttons are flush-mounted within slight bevels; they’re hard to find by touch because they feel no different than the beveled edges of their surrounds or the coarse seam between the back and front halves of the housing. The power button’s bezel is raised and its travel is substantial, so it’s easy to find by feel and hard to push by mistake.
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