Viewfinder information



Inside the Viewfinder

All digital cameras provide a tremendous amount of information inside the viewfinder. As a photographer, knowing about this data can speed up your photography.  

Look Inside the Viewfinder!

Generally speaking, a new photographer looks at the camera’s monitor or LCD to find out its settings. However, most of the information is available inside the viewfinder. By finding out the data while looking through the viewfinder and adjusting the settings, you can save precious moments.    

Here is my first tip:

Exposure Settings

Did you know that you can find if your exposure is correct by looking at the bottom of the viewfinder?

Taking the camera off your eye to check the exposure can cause losing the moment. So, next time look at the bottom of the viewfinder and stay ready.


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