Most Liked Positive Review
It is compatible with a D700 too
It doesn't say it here but this eyepiece does work on a D700. I wrote Nikon's tech support about it and they said they would post the information, they never did. It's easy to install and I have had no problems with it. If you have a D700 and were wondering if this will work on it, it does, buy it.
Most Liked Negative Review
Gave up on it
I'm still not convinced I'm installing this correctly, despite carefully following the instructions. The eye cup got knocked off so many times, I've given up. I was taking up valuable time trying to get it back on the camera instead of shooting. The idea of it is great, but the rubber comes off much too easily to be practical.
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I loved the eyecup but every time I turned around it was gone. The camera would brush against my body and knock it off, or in and out of the bag would knock it off. Now it's gone and I can't find it. In the woods somewhere.
Nikon DK-19 Rubber Eyecup is good to shoot it out door when it is bright sunny day.
I bought this to go with the magnifying eyepiece. I thought it would make the eyepiece more comfortable to use. The rubber bends back and doesn't really keep the cup shape. I guess it is better than putting your eye on the magnifying piece, but i don't think it is worth the cost.
I wear glasses and this really helps.
Great for blocking distracting stray light.
I used one on my Nikon D700 and now on the new D800. Helps to keep sunlight from entering around your eye. It folds flush to the camera body when not in use.
It prevents extraneous light coming into the viewfinder from the rear, altering exposure. It provides an additional point of contact for steadier shooting when hand-holding and even when from a tripod. It allows you to concentrate on your composition. Just make sure you use the metallic ring to instal it to prevent it from falling off. Follow the instructions included.
Easy installation on D4. Firmly attached and unlikely to come loose.
Excellent piece that I've had on all of my better Nikon cameras.
Nikon has changed the design for the better - it no longer easily pops off the eyepiece. I really like this style of eyecup - soft rubber - and have been using something like this for ~35years on my various cameras. I love the way these conform to the eye, no matter how the camera is held. The DK-19 fit the magnifier I use on my D7000, but the DK-19 I bought ~5years ago (then used with a D70) was a bit softer than this version. I purchased a new Nikon D-19 in June 2013 as a backup in case my other one gets lost, but this one fits so snuggly it's unlikely to inadvertently get knocked off. While this one fits snuggle, I have found I can reduce the chance of losing these types of eyecups by folding them down when not in use.