A6000 - losing touch

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Re: A6000 - losing touch
In reply to Riquez, 9 months ago

Riquez wrote:

How do you look into an EVF & avoid your nose touching the screen?

I guess I would need to buy the NNU-40 accessory (Nose neutralizing unit)

There are two options:

The simple option is to disable touch when looking through EVF. The eye sensor is built into all EVF cameras and there is no need for an accessory.

The advance option is to use eye-detect to switch the function of the LCD to a act as swipe pad in the right hand area only. Advanced cameras such as the Nikon D4 have a joystick near the thumb position. The swipe pad can be a substitute for the joystick.

And you should be able to turn touch screen off if you do not use it.

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