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05/18/2017

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Charles Becker

Interesting to hear that you think looking through an electronic viewfinder comes between you and the world but looking through the lcd screen doesn't. I don't relate to this myself but I do find it interesting. I take it from the formats you mentioned having used that you didn't use slr's back in the days of film? cb

Luigi Barbano

Some time ago I got very different reactions for this post on the same argument
http://barbano.com/2016/12/ovf-vs-evf-philosophical-difference/

daniel seurer

Thank you for articulating this so well. I have found that I have been using the LCD screen almost all the time when working on a tripod, but almost never when hand held. Keeping an eye on the events surrounding me and not coming between me and the subject, even if a 'static' landscape helps a lot. It helps to the point the I find myself using the tripod even more than I have in the past.

One word of caution. Bring lots of batteries.

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