View Poll Results: 'Live' view on a pro-spec'ed body?

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    32 13.91%
  • A good-to-have.

    116 50.43%
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    31 13.48%
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Thread: 'Live' view on a pro-spec'ed body: Yay or Nay?

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    Default Re: 'Live' view on a pro-spec'ed body: Yay or Nay?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anson View Post
    Actually the LV is the 450D is quite good, although it doesn't LV-AF fast as a A350/300 but the viewing angle is very good if you crank up your LCD brightness... Try it someday...
    its not movable bro, lv is not up to scratch yet , maybe in the future,

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    Default Re: 'Live' view on a pro-spec'ed body: Yay or Nay?

    Quote Originally Posted by simranjits View Post
    its not movable bro, lv is not up to scratch yet , maybe in the future,
    It's the viewing angle... Yes... the A350/300 have a articulated LCD but the viewing angle is not as good the 450D...

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    Default Re: 'Live' view on a pro-spec'ed body: Yay or Nay?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anson View Post
    It's the viewing angle... Yes... the A350/300 have a articulated LCD but the viewing angle is not as good the 450D...
    even then all these lcds are not nice , grainy mostly and small ?The panasonic G1 one i heard is a move in the right direction.

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    Default Re: 'Live' view on a pro-spec'ed body: Yay or Nay?

    Quote Originally Posted by simranjits View Post
    even then all these lcds are not nice , grainy mostly and small ?The panasonic G1 one i heard is a move in the right direction.
    Grainy in low light yes.... Small no ,

    G1's LV's contrast-detection AF is fast, compared to other dslr.. The A350/300 is using phase-detection AF instead...

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    Default Re: 'Live' view on a pro-spec'ed body: Yay or Nay?

    Yay to this. It helped me compose my shots easier especially if I've got problem looking through the view-finder.

  6. #66

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    Especially useful for shooting at wierd angles

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    Yay..
    we should embrace new technology.. why have a non colour tv when u can have a 40 inch plasma tv ?

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    Default Re: 'Live' view on a pro-spec'ed body: Yay or Nay?

    Like what most people say, "Live View" (LV) will soon be a "norm" for all DSLR cameras.

    It's certainly useful in some scenarios where you will not have your eye on the eyepiece through the viewfinder.

  9. #69

    Default Re: 'Live' view on a pro-spec'ed body: Yay or Nay?

    I would love to have live view on my 1D mk2. However, I would not pay more for live view as I don't shoot macro and rarely shoot at odd angles.

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