Zigview gets update with S2 Live, now supports Live View

Broad line of DSLRs are currently supporting Live view but none of the lineup from Canon or Nikon offering a tilt/swivel LCD screen where it makes more sense. I'm just saying, it could be a whole lot more useful. If shooting though LCD screen suits you better, Zigview has updated it Zigview S2 with S2 Live to support Live view and extend it connectivity range.

Instead of capturing images from the viewfinder, S2 Live acquires the video feed directly from DSLRs on its 230.000 pixel LCD screen that offers a variety of settings such as brightness, color/B&W and the images can be rotated by 180 degree. Another nice feature of the S2 is its remote shutter function that's capable of triggering your camera with remote release, motion-release or interval release from a distance.

The Zigview S2 is compatible wide range of DSLRs, including Canon 450D, 40D, 1D MkIII, 1Ds MkIII, Nikon D3, D300, D700, D90, Sony Alpha 350, Alpha 300. Optional cable extension ranges from 16, 33, 66, 164 ft are also available. We have no pricing information on this piece, it's a Europe release but should come to your favorite US online store like amazon and B&H soon.

Video Intro of the old S2 from PMA 2007 can be seen here