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Getting used to an electronic viewfinder

Getting used to an electronic viewfinder: Learning to Use Mirrorless Cameras
Getting used to an electronic viewfinder: Learning to Use Mirrorless Cameras

Like any other camera on the market, there are disadvantages to using mirrorless cameras. One of these drawbacks is that mirrorless cameras only have electronic viewfinders, since the camera does not have a mirror. Author Richard Harrington discusses how the sensor of a mirrorless camera works and how the change may take some getting used to.

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Skill Level Beginner
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Cameras + Gear Photography

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