In Defense of the DSLR

Started Sep 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
ApertureAcolyte Contributing Member • Posts: 994
Re: In Defense of the DSLR

Kodachrome200 wrote:

just going to respond to the end. no you cannot turn previewing of in an evf. an evf is showing you an image as interpreted by a dgitial sensor. you can never have it so you are seeing the world as it is. it has to try to decide how to white balance the image and what exposure is. this is devastating when you just want to see your scene

This is about the most moronic argument I've heard regarding EVF's.

How about seeing the image you are trying to create?

You can adjust the mentioned parameters to give you an advantage to actually see how the picture will come out before you shoot.

You want to know what is devastating? It's not seeing anything at all through an OVF at night. Good luck actually framing long night exposures through an OVF...(impossible)

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