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• Right Angle Viewing Attachment attaches to the finder of Nikon 35mm SLR Cameras.With this attachment, the viewfinder image is viewed at right angles (via the built-in roof prism) to the camera's optical axis - a feature that is very convenient when shooting from low (or high) viewpoints or when normal finder viewing is difficult, as in close-up work or photomicrography. The DR-6 allows you to set the reproduction ratio to either 1:1 or 1:2
• The DR-6 is fitted with a prism to maintain the image un reversed and erect
• A built-in diopter adjustment ring allows you to adjust the diopter from -8.0m to +3.8m at 1:1 and -5.0m to +6.0m at 1:2 reproduction ratio.
• The DR-6 is slip on mount designed with a for Rectangular-eyepiece cameras
The DR-6 fits the following cameras
D200, D300, D3000, D300S,
D3100, D3200, D3300, D40, D40x,
D50, D5100, D5200, D5300 D60,
D70, D600, D610,
D7000, D7100, D70S, D80, D90
F80/N80, F75/N75, F65/N65, F55/N55, F50/N50, F601/N6006, F401/N5005, F401S/N4004, F301/N2000, FM10, FE10, FG-20, FG, EM, PRONEA 600I/6I
Cannot be adapted for use on cameras not having a rectangular viewing eyepiece.
The Nikon DR-6 is commonly used for Landscape photography, Macro photography, Studio, Travel and more.The Nikon DR-6 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Professional, Semi-professional among others.The Nikon DR-6 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Nikon DR-6: Durable, Easy to use, Lightweight and Reliable
Most Liked Positive Review
Save my knees
I first purchased a right angle viewfinder about 35 years ago. When I purchased my first Nikon DSLR it was my first accessory. The DR-6 slips easily onto the rectangular eyepiece after you remove the soft factory eyecup. The viewfinder allows me to get my camera into positions that would make it impossible to compose a shot through the traditional ways. The most obvious use has been the low level shots and it has done wonderful service there, but its articulated neck allows the user to shoot ...View full Review
I first purchased a right angle viewfinder about 35 years ago. When I purchased my first Nikon DSLR it was my first accessory. The DR-6 slips easily onto the rectangular eyepiece after you remove the soft factory eyecup. The viewfinder allows me to get my camera into positions that would make it impossible to compose a shot through the traditional ways. The most obvious use has been the low level shots and it has done wonderful service there, but its articulated neck allows the user to shoot in both landscape and portrait postions on the ground and literally at an arms length above my head with the eyepiece pointed straight down. The DR-6 has a diopter adjustment which is critical in macro (micro) work when you are in manual focus mode and a 2X power lever that magnifies the image for best focus. I love my DR-6 because it keeps me clean, allowing me to do from squatted positions shots that would otherwise require full prone positions in the wet grass and or mud and it has saved me the pain of bent knees more often than I can count...
Most Liked Negative Review
Very good and a great improvement for my D200 (and in the past, to my D70) But I would love a "click" and a release button. ItÂ´s very easy to lose them on the field.
Reviewed by 43 customers
Easy on and off, clear view and easy to use. Great for thoe tripod shots that strain your back getting to the iewfinder.
I have had this for about 3 months. It has helped with taking photos that would other wise require being in an awkward position. Taking photos of ceilings is much easier too. It is a must for many architecture shots The only issue I have had is with the 2x magnifier switch. Sometimes it gets switched unintentionally. But that is very minor.
use for macro work and for constellation photos when piggy-backed on a telescope; very effective; eyepiece rotates to four orientations, so works for verticals and horizontals; especially useful for me is to hang camera upside down on inverted tripod column with eyepiece rotated up to comfortably frame small plants that grow close to the ground; 1x-2x switch is good idea and also useful, although 2x magnification yields a lower quality image
Useful for low-angle shooting. I got used to a waist-level finder on my old F and F2 cameras; this is as easy to use and much easier and lighter to pack and carry. I have yet to find anything not to like.
I've been crouching behind a tripod for years - but as I've gotten older it's not as easy as it used to be... Recently I had knee surgery and I figured it was time. So I went over to Adorama's site, where I get the best service and prices, to order one of Nikon's DR-6 right angled viewers. It was a little on the expensive side, but well worth it. It's very easy to use and snaps on over the viewfinder window in seconds. Once attached, you can use the built-in detents to rotate it either clockwise or counter-clockwise in 90 degree increments, or freely rotate to any position. On the downside, it only works left/right up/down so you can't pull the eyepiece out to say, 45 degrees. This can make for a bit of a challenge if you're have the camera upside down. But how many times will you do that anyway? The eye-piece, crowned with a soft, black rubber eyecup, can be focused for optimum view and the entire unit can view at 1:1 or 2:1 with the flick of a small lever. Very handy for macros. Like virtually all decent gear, the DR-6 comes with it own de riguer black carry case with velcro closure. But in order to use the right-angled viewer, the camera's standard rubber-covered eyepiece must be popped off prior to installing the DR-6. Nikon thoughtfully addressed the safety and security of this oh-so-easy-to-lose eyepiece by providing a little pouch inside the case to store it in. Finally, for those who like to be festooned with gear, the pouch has a sewn-in belt loop so you can hang it from your belt, camera strap or harness. While the DR-6's build is decent and the optics excellent, I would have preferred a metal body (which would have jacked the price way up) for durability. But, with a little care, I'm sure I'll get years of trouble-free use out of the DR-6. So if you find yourself shooting in awkward positions - whether flat out at ground level on the beach or doing table-top inside, or spend a lot of time crouching, do you knees a favor and get a DR-6 Right Angle Viewer. Trust meâ€¦your knees will thank you.
I do a lot of macro work and sometimes I have to get down low. This saves my body a whole lot of wear and tear!
Love the ease of use and that it has built in 2X viewing. It does slip off too easily. Almost lost it.
Nice piece of equipment...wish I had purchased a few years ago!
Fits the D7000 viewfinder perfectly. The image is clear and properly oriented. I especially like the built-in diopter adjustment that allows you to get a crisp focus with or without eyeglasses. Kind of expensive but works great for macro photography or when you're working low to the ground.
In my film lifetime, I used a Nikon F with the waist-level viewfinder for copystand - it took me a couple of years to wake up and get this for my digital camera. It makes the chore a lot easier. Adorama service was superb!
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