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    Default Do you use right angle finder

    I think it maybe more comfortable holding the DSLR lower when shooting portrait or even taking candid shots.

    Do you use right angle finder in candid and portrait shooting?

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    Default Re: Do you use right angle finder

    Only when I need to go really really low and don't want to prone on the floor...

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    Default Re: Do you use right angle finder

    I find it an invaluable tool in many instances, and not only for awkward angles.

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    Default Re: Do you use right angle finder

    Don' think it'll be that useful for "portrait or even taking candid shots", as the angle is awkward and you kind of lose the use of one eye.

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    Default Re: Do you use right angle finder

    right angle finders i use for macro.
    but with live-views and tiltable LCD on many dSLR now, i find LCD better.
    cameras are not made of tofu

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    Default Re: Do you use right angle finder

    Quote Originally Posted by Fotophilic View Post
    right angle finders i use for macro.
    but with live-views and tiltable LCD on many dSLR now, i find LCD better.
    Medium format camera is the best - view finders at all angles.

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    Default Re: Do you use right angle finder

    Quote Originally Posted by Fotophilic View Post
    right angle finders i use for macro.
    but with live-views and tiltable LCD on many dSLR now, i find LCD better.
    My angle finder is sitting one corner after i got DSLR with live view.

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