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Captain Steve

Houston, US
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Captain Steve Silver Member Charter Member
Wed 09-Nov-05 01:19 AM

Does anyone know how the viewfinder of the D200 will compare to that of the D100 and/or the F100 in terms of size and brightness? I own a D100 as well as a F100 and find that the F100 viewfinder is much larger. After being accustomed to the F100, I found the D100 viewfinder to be rather restrictive. The D200 brochure says it's "large" and bright but I'm hoping to find something more definitive such as a comparison to the D100 or F100. I've seen some specifications related to various viewfinders/cameras but I'm not sure what they mean or how to compare (ie: Eyepoint 19.5mm or 0.94x magnification with 50mm lens...).

Any advise on this would be appreciated. Thanks!

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