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Will this work with a nikon fe cuz i need an eyecup if not any recommendations?

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You need a DK-3
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Will this fit on a Nikon D4?

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Yes. The DK-19 Rubber Eyecup is compatible with D4.
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how do you put the dk-19 on the nikon DF?

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First remove the existing rubber eyecup from the Df by grasping it lightly between your thumb and finger and rotating it counter-clockwise. Then follow the instructions shown on the following page: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an... .

Please disregard the parts of these instructions that refer to an eyepiece shutter/lock since the Df does not have these features.
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does it come with the glass protector that it attaches to

 
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The DK-19 Rubber Eyecup does not come with a protective glass.
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Is it possible to mount this eye cup after I install DK-17m magnifier on d800?

I am buying the Nikon D800 and thinking of mounting the DK-17m 1.2x magnifying eyepiece on it. I would like to use this on top of that.
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I don't have direct experience with this item, but I have changed out the DK-17 on my D700, and it simply screws in and out of the camera. If you replace it with a magnifier, the only difference will be in the glass, and the overall design is identical. This eyecup is just a piece of rubber that stretches to fit around the eyepiece. It fits all of the FX cameras with round viewfinders.
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