Is there an SLR with no viewfinder blackout?

Started 10 months ago | Questions thread
PhotomuseX
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Re: Hold the horses!
In reply to Mike CH, 10 months ago

Mike CH wrote:

Lanidrac wrote:

If you are shooting a long exposure pic there is no way that you should want to fuss with your camera "to track your subject" because doing so will RUIN IT!, Mr. Professional.

Hold the horses!

And the assumptions, too, while we at it.

Perhaps he wants that background blurred? Perhaps he does not want pixel sharp images?

Regards, Mike
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This is correct, controlled blur is what is wanted. Perhaps I did not give enough info about the project for which I seek this solution. In my project, both subject and camera are in motion.

thank you.

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