Summary: Does what I wanted it to do and that is keep my face away from the LCD screen of the camera. Takes the eyepiece/cup so all-in-all a worthwhile gadget. Simple to fit, no engineering degrees required.
Paul "good books, music & films are all I want", Amazon
16 April 2011
Summary: As a spectacle wearer I've always found the standard viewfinder a bit of a pain, but adding the EP-EX15 is great for comfort and the fact it reduces the viewfinder image. Why not 5 stars? Well once or twice I've had to push it back into place, but thats it.
Summary: I got this because I wear glasses and wanted to be away more from the Camera. It works really well. And to be honest, all these other reviews moaning about changing the image. I didn't even notice. I'm very pleased with it.
Summary: I think that most of the reviewers on here don't wear glasses/spectacles. I do and without this eyepiece extender it is close to impossible to use my 5D with my glasses on. The extender makes this possible and for that fact alone it is awesome! The image in the viewfinder does appear smaller, which might be a problem for those with below 20/20 eyesight trying to focus manually, but luckily my Canons have auto-focus, and they also have the focus-confirm beep to tell me...
Summary: This eyepiece extender seems to reduce the viewable image through the viewfinder, so when composing a shot, one needs to take into account that one is actually much closer to the target than what the viewfinder would suggest. On this note, I have to agree with all the other reviewers who have commented on this. So I'm not really too sure just what this product is supposed to do................