SLT evf stabilised view? yes or no?

Started Apr 21, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: SLT evf stabilised view? yes or no?
In reply to Adventsam, Apr 21, 2013

Adventsam wrote:

When SteadyShot is activated, the SteadyShot scale on the right side of the viewfinder display indicates the degree of stabilization. What's more, because the A35's LCD and EVF display the image as seen by the imaging sensor, the effect of SteadyShot stabilization at work can be seen, unlike models that use a traditional optical viewfinder. The SteadyShot scale is still useful even with the stabilized view though, as it gives you a good idea of how hard the SteadyShot mechanism is working, so you can choose a moment when the camera is moving less to snap the shutter, thus maximizing your chances for a sharp image.

I don't buy that. The comment in bold is wrong. Just ask any alpha camera user and they will tell you the same thing.

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