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Is the 95% viewfinder issue a storm in a tea cup?

RMImagery

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RMImagery Registered since 16th Jul 2008
Wed 23-Jul-08 05:25 AM

It's hard to believe that this is such an issue among forums.

Why is having that little extra bit of information on the edges bothering so many? If anything, that edge could save a pic by retaining all of what's important in the frame.

You can always crop but you can't replace what's not there.

I earn my living from photography and all I can think about is how this cam and the 14-24 is going to help me earn more. I would actually choose a 95% VF...


A topic tagged as a poll/survey Is the 95% viewfinder issue a storm in a tea cup? [View all] , Noel Holland Platinum Member Winner in the Nikonians 10th Anniversary Photo Contest , Fri 18-Jul-08 07:12 AM
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