Pentax Focusing Screen LL-80 (AF Divided Matte) for the K20D, K10D Digital SLR Camera

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About Pentax LL-80

The AF Divided Matte screen combines the focus area brackets with a grid to assure proper composition.

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Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
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Improves product function (3)
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Everyday (3)
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Pentax LL-80 Reviews

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4.8

(based on 5 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great for anybody

Having this focusing screen is a nice addition to your camera equipment. Because of the grid, it will help you line up horizon lines to make a level image. If you practice the "Rule of Thirds", you will see a better guide of the best placement of subject placement than the "Bulls Eye" approach that you get with a spot in the center device that is on most focusing screens that come with camera's.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

Helps with holding camera straight

By

from San Francisco Bay Area  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I much prefer the divided/lined focus screen to the standard screen. It makes it much easier to keep the camera level in a lot situations.

 
5.0

I would buy this product again and again

By

from Rio de Janeiro Brazil  -  Semi-Professional

Very Very good BUT easy to scratch :-( Watch out !

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great for anybody

By

from Northbrook, IL  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Having this focusing screen is a nice addition to your camera equipment. Because of the grid, it will help you line up horizon lines to make a level image. If you practice the "Rule of Thirds", you will see a better guide of the best placement of subject placement than the "Bulls Eye" approach that you get with a spot in the center device that is on most focusing screens that come with camera's.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

For Better Photos

By

from Kent, OH  -  Casual user

Good for better framing. Be careful not to scratch it when installing.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Cheap easy fix!

By

from Wisconsin  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This view screen is a nice addition for anyone who wants a little more than what the stock screen provides. Easy to install and is a vast improvement when trying to take architecture shots.

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bob m  does this come with installation instructions?
JOHN S F  I do not have the packing material with me at this moment, but I do recall that there is some sort of literature. Also, there are plenty of articles on the Web with photos and instructions. If I recall correctly, there is also a special pair of tweezers included. DO use these tweezers. You Do Not want to touch the matte screen, as it is very delicate, and can be marred almost by just looking at it. Once again...use the supplied tweezers. They are designed to hold the screen, and hold it at the correct angle for re-install. The screen is held in by a little clip that is just pushed in There is a place in the plastic box the screen ships with to store the one you remove, and you put the new screen in the tweezers, line up the screen to fit the retainer, and then tip it into place to catch it in the clip. Getting the screen out of the camera is quite easy, and the tweezers work well. It's really pretty easy, just don't touch the screens. A good tutorial is at Katz Eye Optics.
Shopper  k-x can use?
RONALD S  I checked on two different Pentax forum websites. The official answer was no, but upon further reading, it became apparent that some have installed this screen on the K-X. There was concern about the spacer used in the mounting of the screen for the K-X. If the user decides to install the new screen they should be very careful about this spacer. With out it, sharp focus on the screen would be difficult. I hope this helps. Personally I would take it to a camera store (with a service department) and see if they would do the swap out.
bob m  does this come with installation instructions?
JOHN S F  I do not have the packing material with me at this moment, but I do recall that there is some sort of literature. Also, there are plenty of articles on the Web with photos and instructions. If I recall correctly, there is also a special pair of tweezers included. DO use these tweezers. You Do Not want to touch the matte screen, as it is very delicate, and can be marred almost by just looking at it. Once again...use the supplied tweezers. They are designed to hold the screen, and hold it at the correct angle for re-install. The screen is held in by a little clip that is just pushed in There is a place in the plastic box the screen ships with to store the one you remove, and you put the new screen in the tweezers, line up the screen to fit the retainer, and then tip it into place to catch it in the clip. Getting the screen out of the camera is quite easy, and the tweezers work well. It's really pretty easy, just don't touch the screens. A good tutorial is at Katz Eye Optics.
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