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    Default Re: What is viewfinder coverage?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anson View Post
    With a smaller viewfinder coverage, I think it give the photographer more room for cropping... esp during an stage event shooting....
    Aye....actually more pixels better for cropping

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    Default Re: What is viewfinder coverage?

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    if you really want to do that, might as well just shoot at wider angler that later cropping it down, it is much safer this way.
    I think ultimately is to familiar with your camera before your shoot... for me the FZ50's EVF had a 100% viewfinder coverage, I would zoom abit wider just in case of a sudden movement.

    On an entry level dslr, I would use a tighter composition, as I know there is an allowance for me to play around....
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    Quote Originally Posted by windwaver View Post
    Aye....actually more pixels better for cropping
    True... but my final output is not for print but rather for my PDA's resolution.... of 320 x 480... or sometime Monitor Display (1280 x 800) hence pixels are not very important for me...


    Till today, even having taken some many shots on my FZ50. I have yet to print even one... If I may side track abit... how many photo have you developed (excluding paid event shots or TFP)?

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    Thanks all for your contribution . Very much appreciate your time & efforts .

    Cheers,
    Ben

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