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Viewfinder or LCD screen? Bet Cartier-Bresson would've gone LCD!

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Alamourus
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Message posted at 12/15/2012, 19:46:51 PM by Alamourus
New article posted: Viewfinder or LCD screen? Bet Cartier-Bresson would've gone LCD!
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Bradcalkins
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Message posted at 12/16/2012, 00:32:28 AM by Bradcalkins
I got an Olympus OM-D and thought I would use the electronic viewfinder a lot - to my surprise I actually use the rear screen almost all the time... Have fun!
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Alamourus
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Message posted at 12/17/2012, 01:05:26 AM by Alamourus
yeah, true, once you get the hang of it, screen is quite useful and enjoyable :)
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Mike2focus
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Message posted at 12/17/2012, 08:58:07 AM by Mike2focus
Very interesting read. Thanks for writing!
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Peanutroaster
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Message posted at 12/18/2012, 06:35:04 AM by Peanutroaster
I have a P&S without a view finder and I hate it! Can't be used outside without difficulty. There is an optional add on viewfinder but its $130 extra. But I understand what you are saying about street photography.
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Astormfr
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Message posted at 12/18/2012, 06:39:38 AM by Astormfr
as you stresses. LCD and viewfinder are both useful. They just have to be used in appropriate cases.
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Sunguy
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Message posted at 12/18/2012, 18:29:50 PM by Sunguy
I prefer and always use the LCD screen. This may be due to the fact that in the film era I shot mostly with medium format and some large format, which is composing on a ground glass screen. I find viewing on a flat screen more realistic as to what the final image might be.


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Alvera
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Message posted at 01/01/2014, 00:31:44 AM by Alvera
Same thought here. Don't know about M, but my next camera will be a small one and with wifi capabilities. I want to control it from a smartphone. I'm looking for a Sony nex with wifi. Do you have wifi on M?
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Alamourus
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Message posted at 01/04/2014, 01:09:49 AM by Alamourus
No Wi-Fi on M! But most compact mirror less do now
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