Articulated screen vs. right-angle viewfinder
I have a D90 and am having trouble with low angle shots. I'm considering a d5100 replacement, but would be giving up some operational things of the D90 (two dials, pentaprism) for the improved sensor and the articulated screen. An alternative might be keeping the D90 and adding a right-angle viewer.
I'd think the D90 pentaprism plus the viewer would be a good combination at much less a cost than the d5100 upgrade.
Question: All else aside (AF, larger sensor etc for the d5100) and for just considering the issue of odd angle viewing, any opinions on the articulate screen vs. the right angle viewer?