Reader Mathias Gullentops has a question:
I'm contemplating a mirrorless camera after using a DSLR for several years. A brief try-out at the store confirmed that the electronic viewfinder (VF) is very different from what I'm used to. Not better, not worse; different. I don't have the possibility to borrow a mirrorless camera so my best bet is to ask you.
My question: how did you experience the change from optical to electronic VF?
I understand that the electronic VF doesn't show what your eyes really see, thus making exposure judgment perhaps more difficult.
Can you guess exposure just as easily as with an optical VF?
Do your files turn out the way you saw them in the VF?
Thanks for the feedback.
Can anyone provide an answer for Matt?
(Thanks to Matt)
[UPDATE: I'm a bit overwhelmed by the response to this and have gotten behind today. Please check tomorrow to read some of the many great comments! —Ed.]
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