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Choosing a Display
Using the Hybrid View nder Using the Hybrid View nder
Use the view nder selector to
choose between optical and
electronic view nders. Keep
the selector pressed up to
choose the optical view nder
display zoom ratio.
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10
F5.6
200
2000
P
0.1 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 10
P
2000 F5.6 200
Optical view nder display Electronic view nder display
Choosing a Display Choosing a Display
Choose a display according to the task.
DisplayDisplay DescriptionDescription
Optical Optical
view nder view nder
(OVF)(OVF)
This display is immune from digital video ef-
fects and allows the subject to be viewed di-
rectly with no display lag. Subjects are always
in focus, allowing you to check their expression
at any time, while a  eld of view slightly larger
than that of the lens makes it easier to locate
your subject without removing your eye from
the view nder. The view nder window is how-
ever at a slight distance from the lens, with the
result that the display in the view nder may
di er slightly from the  nal photograph due to
parallax.
Electronic Electronic
view nder view nder
(EVF)(EVF)
This display shows the view through the lens
and has exactly the same  eld of view, allowing
you to frame your subjects precisely and pre-
view focus, depth of  eld, exposure, and white
balance (although there may be a slight display
lag). It can also be used to view photographs
after shooting.
LCD LCD
monitormonitor
This display is identical to the electronic view-
nder, except that its large size makes it easier
to view shooting indicators and the view
through the lens. It may however be di cult
to see in bright light.
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