Hello, This is a question that has been at the back of my mind since I got my first SLR.
What is the purpose of having 100% viewfinder coverage? As far as I know (which is not a lot) it is not practical to have this, all printed photos are croped about 10% anyway. If shooting with reversal, the mounting frame would also cover roughtly 10% of the picture. So if composing with a 100% viewfinder, wouldn't something be cropped during printing?
Wouldn't a 90/92% viewfinder - like those found in non-pro bodies be more suitable?
Is 100% viewfinder a 'must-have' for any professional usage? In terms of getting exact composition and translate it into prints.
Please enlighten me on this.