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The mirror viewfinder vs electronic viewfinder/LCD screen (...trade offs)

Posted by Eksovichea Tito Hak on Thursday, February 6, 2014, In : neural bytes 
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I was looking forward to using a regular mirror viewfinder again having been stuck with using crappy low resolution LCD screens on various point and shoots for some time, and I guess in situations where the LCD screen or an electronic viewfinder could potentially get broken or fail to then impede on your ability to actually seriously take pictures, a regular mirror viewfinder will ensure you've still got something to preview and frame y...

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...it takes "D-SLR quality pictures"....

Posted by Eksovichea Tito Hak on Tuesday, February 5, 2013, In : neural bytes 
I'm trying to not drop into the depths of fanboyism to spout unfounded crap based on an emotional response in some bid to try and blindly defend something I might personally feel undermines something I very much enjoy that relates to a product. Which essentially is fanboyism.  

 
Lets define what a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) camera is.

In a world where companies are trying to make money, and business acumen often dictates the bounds of what is what in a bid to make consumers part with the...

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Miss-conceptions about ISO ratings, performance and picture image quality...(... what is your camera for?)

Posted by Eksovichea Tito Hak on Wednesday, January 16, 2013, In : neural bytes 
High ISO settings don't necessarily equate to better pictures in low light conditions, although it is true that the higher the ISO capability the more well lit a picture might turn out in low light conditions, even if it is at the expense of higher levels of unwanted visual noise and loss of clarity. But the main hindrance to ISO performance and the ratio of picture quality is determined by the type of sensor, and the image capture resolution in relation to the size of the sensor.


The megapixe...

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