Is there an SLR with no viewfinder blackout?

Started Jan 14, 2014 | Questions thread
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Erik Magnuson Forum Pro • Posts: 12,237
Re: To what question?

peevee1 wrote:

Not worse. I bet you have never tried it,

I've tried such a system.

but actually showing what you get at high frame rate allows you easily and naturally adjust camera position to catch the movement.

Perhaps with such small buffers, you don't have time to notice.  If the motion is perfectly linear, just normal anticipation and follow through will suffice for a short enough time, but adjusting to changes is difficult.

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