View Poll Results: Which do you often use?

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  • Viewfinder

    16 30.77%
  • LCD

    36 69.23%
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Thread: Digital Camer Users: Viewfinder or LCD?

  1. #1

    Default Digital Camer Users: Viewfinder or LCD?

    Which do you often use?

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    Default Re: Digital Camer Users: Viewfinder or LCD?

    Originally posted by tonski
    Which do you often use?
    viewfinder when taking de pics and lcd to preview everytime i shoot...
    Last edited by isomers007; 3rd July 2002 at 01:25 PM.

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    EVF when taking pictures and LCD when reviewing.....


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    iFly
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    i still prefer view finder..

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    If it's EVF, yes. If optical, definitely NO!!

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    qhelix
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    Well, if I'm using my Olympus C40 then I try to use the opitcal viewfinder whenever possible cos otherwise my batteries wont last even one smartmedia card.

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    but why ah ? save batteries?

    I find that perhaps the EVF is closer to my eyes (pivot point) it's easier to aim, although it's easier to get more tired.. when the camera is held at a distance from my eyes its easier to tilt and aim it a little off...

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    EVF if I could shoot at eye level. LCD if I need to shoot macros and shoot over head....
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    i use the LCD to view and take my pics. the opitcal viewfinder is only 84% and has no guidelines for parallel errors.

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    Encino
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    Hi

    Most of the time I use LCD...it's easier for me to shoot. But if under bright and sunny condition where the LCD screen cannot be seen clearly, I will revert to viewfinder...but this is very rare. Don't worry too much about the LCD consuming too much power...juz bring more batteries along. Kekeke

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