Canon EVF-DC2

EOS-M & PowerShot Electronic Finder

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Canon EVF-DC2

Canon EVF-DC2 in silver (1.020 oz./28.9 g, about $210). It also comes in black. bigger. I got mine at B&H. I'd also get it at Adorama, at Amazon or at Crutchfield.

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June 2017   Canon Reviews:   EOS-M   Lenses   Flash   All Reviews


Canon EVF-DC2

Canon EVF-DC2. bigger.


Canon EVF-DC2

Canon EVF-DC2. bigger.



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This Canon EVF-DC2 is an excellent electronic viewfinder for Canon's EOS-M mirrorless cameras and some better Powershots. Specifically, I reviewed it on the Canon EOS M6 camera body.



As of June 2017, the EVF-DC2 works with the:



PowerShot G3 X

PowerShot G1 X Mark II

Canon EOS M6

Silver Canon EOS M6 with silver EVF-DC2 and black EF-M 15-45mm IS STM. bigger.


Canon EOS M6

Silver Canon EOS M6 with silver EVF-DC2 and black EF-M 15-45mm IS STM. bigger.



It's the sharpest EVF I've ever used because it has superior optics to Sony and Fuji. Specifically, Sony and Fuji have great OLED displays, but their optics often get fuzzy due to iffy diopter adjustments; they get soft in different areas of the finder. This Canon finder is sharp edge to edge, has lots of eye relief, and never gets fuzzy in the center when you adjust the sides to be sharp; it's all sharp!

It has eye-control to swap between it and the rear LCD automatically.

It lacks auto brightness control, so it will be dim in daylight unless you manually increase its brightness in your camera,

It has too much color saturation. It looks great, but what you see in this finder is more saturated than your images, or than you'll see on the camera's rear LCD. Don't use the finder for critical color decisions.

Not only is it sharp, motion is also smooth and live, at least on the EOS M6. It's beautiful!

This isn't garbage offshored to China like LEICA's hideous LEICA EVF-2; this Canon EVF-DC2 is very well made in Japan.



If you have a camera with which it's compatible, you have to have one of these. It turns a goofy shoot-at-arm's-length fiasco into a real camera. The image quality in this finder is marvelous!

It comes in black and in silver.


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