testimonial testimonial
Director - Aberration Films, UK

"My i-cuff Pro was probably the smartest purchase I've made in my fimmaking career. I was a little dubious at first, wondering how it could possibly help improve visibility and be as comfortable as I was told, but all skepticism has evaporated now that I use it on a daily basis. It not only blocks more light, fits my face better, allows me to hold my camera steadier and even helps a little doing some dynamic moves. I want to thank you for making a fu*%ing ace product at such an unbelievable price!!!"


testimonial testimonial
Videographer - CBC-TV Winnipeg, Canada

"After 30 years I finally succumbed to having to wear glasses. Now being a videographer and  having to wear glasses not only pokes at your ego but creates a new challenge to looking through the viewfinder. Sidelight seeps into the eyepiece and because you can't bury yourself into the viewfinder, glare can play funny things on your glasses....in comes the "i-cuff HD".... Excellent !! The i-cuff is cut in a 16:9 configuration and eliminates sidelight. You can look through the eyepiece while wearing your glasses! Thanks i-cuff !!"


Match Director - Monrovia, Maryland

"Keeping the light out of a rifle scope is as much of a problem as keeping light out of the viewfinder of a camera. I shoot air rifle field target which is a very high-precision sport. Light from the side or behind makes it very difficult to find the target, especially when it's in the woods. The i-cuff DV works great with or without glasses. If I don't want it, I can slide it forward out of the way. It's soft, so touching it doesn't affect the point-of-impact for the shot. Since I got mine, many other shooters who have seen me using it have gotten one too. It works great for any shooting situation!"

Freelance Cameraman - Detroit, Michigan

"Whether shooting Super Bowls for FOX and CBS in HD, Presidential press conferences for ABC News or Fortune 500 corporate interviews, I'm never without my i-cuff. i-cuff's durability, ( 3 years+ ) is unmatched and its benefits are numerous. It helps block incoming light while doing ground level shots, reduces fogging during wet weather conditions and it's soft, padded Ultrasuede feels great around my eye during lengthy productions. Unlike the rubber eyecup, it doesn't feel like I'm putting an ice cube against my face at Lambeau Field in Green Bay during mid-January."

Cinematographer - Eastman Kodak Company

"When I operate my Arriflex 35-3 and SR-3, it has always been a problem for me to verify good focus without my glasses. I have an astigmatism which isn't corrected by simple diopter adjustments. With the i-cuff, I can comfortably wear my specs, judge proper focus, and not worry about light leaks through the viewfinder. Another bonus is that I don't get the chamois residue on my glasses like I would from typical eyepiece covers."

Video Director - Green Bay Packers

"Shooting the Green Bay Packers has placed me under
many different extreme conditions from sub-zero temps with sleet and snow to rain, high heat and humidity. With i-cuff I am able to see the whole viewfinder comfortably without fighting the glare of the lights or sun. I can't think of a time that I'd shoot without it!"

Director of Photography - Karst Productions High Springs, FL

"There are several distinct advantages to the I-cuff for the hardcore working cameraman. With HD in 24p it can be very difficult to gauge exposure and focus; the I-cuff gives you a comfortable extended black "hood" which really helps you judge the image. Since I'm a field cameraman, I spend lots of time sweating in the heat and fighting stinging eyes and messy eyepieces. The I-cuff absorbs my worst abuse and keeps me shooting clean. Nice product!"


National Geographic's Ice Island - Antarctica Expedition

Director of Photography - United Airlines

"I use the I-cuff on both my DVW-700WS and HDW-F900 SONY cameras. The majority of my shoots are done film style and I'm constantly working with the director and crew. So I am able to bounce back and forth from the monitor on the set to the viewfinder without constantly taking off my glasses. It works extremely well outdoors. Thanks for making such a great product."

Team Cameraman - Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club

uring the hot, muggy days on the playing fields, I-cuff has been extremely absorbent and comfortable against my face. It's lived up to all its claims... I highly recommend it!"

Videographer/Editor - KUHT-TV Houston, Texas

"In a world full of gadgets and tricks that make our productions better looking, more efficient, and most importantly: comfortable, the I-cuff stands out. As a prescription eyeglass wearer, (who is not about to give up his glasses), the I-cuff allows me to comfortably view the shot without excessive and distracting glare. If you're spending big bucks on lens shades, matte boxes and viewfinder hoods, why not spend a couple on your most important asset: you're eyes."


PBS's Space Station

Videographer-KAKE - TV Wichita, Kansas

"Shooting with I-cuff during the heavy downpours and extreme winds of the tornadoes kept my viewfinder clear, dry and fog-free. In fact, during the storms my camera tipped over into some mud... I-cuff cleaned right up with soap, water and a drip-dry. Now everyone on staff wants one. I won't be caught without it!"

Videographer - Redmond, Washington

"I-cuff is never coming off my camera... That is, until I sell the camera. It rotates to minimize reflections, prevents scratches to the viewfinder housing and greatly improves my stability when shooting from a Tyler mount when used with my 2X wide-angle eyepiece. It's just like having a studio viewfinder hood on the camera. It's perfect!"


ABC Network News, Weyerhaeuser Company

Director of Photography - Minneapolis, MN

"Fabulous, fabulous... I-cuff is a wonderful addition to the camera. It does everything you said it would and more!"


Dateline NBC, 60 Minutes

DP / Cameraman - Denver, CO

"I-cuff does a great job cutting the light and it's extremely comfortable against the face. It's a product that will make life easier and shooting more enjoyable for all of us."


Frontline, 20/20