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Bill Pryor April 10th, 2007 09:12 AM

I have the Sony eyecup and it's fine. It fits right over the Canon eyecup perfectly. A few years ago I got an iCuff for a TRV900, and I wasn't all that thrilled with it. I'd assume the newer ones would fit better.

Rob Hatcher April 11th, 2007 05:56 PM

I pulled one off an old JVC viewfinder I had laying around and with a bit of stretching got it on. Much improved. Cost zip! :)

Ivan Barbarich April 13th, 2007 01:25 AM

Hi All,

For those of you living in Australia, particularly in Melbourne, you can purchase the Sony Eye cup (Large) 2-179-414-01, from "Speedy Spares" for $40 Aus including delivery..I ordered mine on wednesday got it on friday..fits spot on.

http://speedyspares.com/

Les Wilson July 15th, 2010 06:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Eric R. Johnson (Post 657119)
Does anyone have any experience with the i-cuff? Which of their 3 models would fit the XH-A1 best? How would it compare to the Sony unit?

Thanks for your thoughts!

Quote:

Originally Posted by Duane Burleson (Post 605140)
here is another option
i-cuff Purchase

Duane

Just want to leave a breadcrumb in this thread for those who come later because they know to use search. I bought the **i-Cuff** and gave it a good try shooting run and gun for 3-weeks straight. I don't recommend it. Basically, you can't adjust it to the exact position it must be in without the A1 eye piece blocking your view. I loved the i-cuff on the XL1s but not the A1. Waste of time and money.

Bill Watson July 16th, 2010 12:59 AM

Sorry. Have to disagree. I think the Sony eyecup works great on the A1.

Les Wilson July 16th, 2010 10:17 AM

Bill... my bad ... Meant to say I "bought the i-Cuff" not "bought the eyecup". See ** in my post for correction. I WISH I'd bought the eyecup back then and was pleased to find this thread...if I keep the unit, I know what to get.... the long tail at work.


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