If you have a 5D Mark III and a Zacuto Z-Finder, you'll notice that the newer, slightly larger LCD screen on the 5DMk3 is too large for the original Z-Finder's field of view. The left and right areas of the built-in LCD that is cut off by the older Z-Finder frame isminimal, but annoying none-the-less. Shortly after the introduction of the 5Dmk3, Zacuto announced they would provide a slightly modified frame which allows a full view of the LCD, so we could see the whole LCD without having to buy a new Z-Finder designed specifically for the larger screen.
As usual, people complained, and an earlier thread on this was locked as a result.
It looks like the Frame is now ready, and Zacuto is accepting orders.
http://store.zacuto.com/Z-Finder-3.2-Mo ... DSLRS.html
The good news: It does exist and it will apparently let you see the whole LCD frame without having to buy a new Z-Finder. The bad news: It is $60.
Considering how it helps me, I think this an acceptable price and a fine alternative to purchasing an entirely new Viewfinder. But for many, those 4 millimeters of extra viewing space at the edges of your frame may not be work an additional $60.
I'll report if the frame does not offer a field of view that covers the entire LCD. My guess is the main reason it took so long for Zacuto to produce this is because earlier iterations where still cropping the frame. The tolerances required to squeeze an additional 4mm of viewable area into a loupe designed for a smaller area must be very tight. I really don't know how they were able to make it work, but I'll find out soon enough.