Angle Finder

Ever since grade school, you have used protractors for math as well as different applications. You may think that it has no other use than for drawing angles that you try to

compute the length of the angle with in math class. This is where you are mistaken. Protractors are always being utilized for different reasons, be it for school, work, or other important activities. You may not notice them because they all come in different shapes and sizes. Below is a completely new take on an angle finder, which are simply advanced protractors that are used for more technical purposes.

To take note of different angles, an angle finder uses a dial and a needle. Digital angle finders are battery-powered, which normally uses a black and white digital display to show the results of a reading. The good thing about digital angle finders is that they can be quite accurate with their readings.

Plumbers use a digital angle finder when laying out plumbing. When it comes to plumbing, a specifically angled drain line can be quite helpful to ensure the draining of water in a sink or a bathtub. Digital angle finders can easily help any plumber in ensuring that your drain field will drain properly, and in doing so, make sure that less trouble will arise in the future.

It can also be used to determine runoffs while a floor drain is being installed. The amount of drop can be easily calculated given the slope of the floor towards the drain by simply putting the angle finder on the floor. This small detail is crucial to a floor finisher so that your floor can direct any unwanted water to the drainage without any trouble.

Mechanics also love to have digital angel finders in their tool boxes. With a mechanic, they use angle finders to angle a pinion on rear-wheel drive vehicles. The camber on the front wheels of any vehicle can be set by using angle finders as well, which will set the ability of the vehicle to properly turn while being driven.

One good thing about digital angle finders that appeals to many professions is that they can be read easily even in low light, unlike the dial and needle angle finder. Some digital angle finders have built in light switches for the display indicator. Though dial and needle angle finders can still be used low light areas, the low light still decreases the already low probability of accuracy that these angle finders have.

Whether you are trying to measure the slope of a driveway or the angle of the drainage system of your bathroom, digital angle finders are very efficient. Dial and needle angle finders are just as useful and effective as the digital one, but the electronic display on digital angle finders just makes it easier to be read, and the accuracy of digital finders are simply incomparable to manual finders.

The final type of angle finder is the camera angle finder. This attachment allows you to adjust the viewing angle of the camera. An angle finder might seem useless to some, but in the right hands, it can be an instrument of success and efficiency. It is all up to you to find how you will use one.

Overview of the Canon Angle Finder

Interested in a Canon Angle Finder? The C model from the camera manufacturer generally serves two functions: first, it is most commonly turned to for creating more

comfortable viewing angles as you shoot from an awkward angle or a low position, and second it is for aiding in obtaining precise manual focus by utilizing a2.5x magnification feature.

The Canons C model angle finders come with finder adapters Ed-C and Ec-C, fitting into any EOS camera to replace standard eyecups. Just give the eyecup a squeeze to release the latch, and slide it up. Slide the angle finder in place of the eyecup and you’re all set. Aside from EOS models, the C model angle finders are compatible for use with Digital Rebel XSi and Digital Rebel XTi models of cameras.

Once latched in, just look into the angle finder’s eyepiece and adjust the diopter correction as needed until you achieve a sharp screen focus. There are a number of diopter corrections available but most will offer angle rotations and extensions of up to 10mm. At which point if the Canons C model angle finders are at 1.25xsettings then a complete view of the viewfinder will be provided, along with all information about shot settings even when shots are at full frames. At 2.5x settings, the viewfinder image is magnified although the image is cropped up from the left and right sides and all sides are forming a full frame so a round image is left. The advantage of using a higher setting for magnification is that you will have an easier time with critical manual focusing.

The C model angle finder has an eyepiece that rotates 360 degrees with positive detents available at 45 degree increments, although it stops at a 90-degree orientation for the viewfinder itself. Still, this 90-degree angle for the viewfinder allows you to shoot at even the most difficult of angles easily, such as shooting from the ground, which is a favorite technique for macro photographers.

Those wearing eyeglasses too will find the use of Canons Angle Finder C to be such a joy because of the comfort offered. There is good eye relief and the rubberized eyecup can also be rolled down. Not to mention that everyone will simply appreciate how good the optical quality is when viewing images like as if they were at a normal orientation.

Solidly built, Canon’s C model angle finders have metal connections and weigh nearly 125 grams. Small and light, all C model angle finders come with padded pouches for protection.