LCD View­ers/Viewfinder

Consumer Voice - - Digital Cameras -

What started with lit­tle screens has be­come a ‘screen size mat­ters’ game. Sharper LCD screens sized 3.5 inches on an av­er­age are quite com­mon on av­er­age com­pact cam­eras. Th­ese dis­plays are ac­cu­rate in fram­ing the ac­tual im­age – bet­ter than most op­ti­cal viewfind­ers. How­ever, they are hard to see in bright sun­light. Called ‘live view’, the LCD func­tion­al­ity has been avail­able in point-and-shoot for years. A cam­era with both an op­ti­cal viewfinder and an LCD viewfinder is more ver­sa­tile, as it en­ables easy shoot­ing in bright sun­light, a com­mon con­di­tion in In­dia.

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