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Beni -- I think this body has some of the very best color correction/AWB available. I love the colors for a wide range of subjects, including those you mention. The DR latitude is very good too -- I make small corrections in PP, and so far, this is the best imaging I've seen.
dh -- Ouch! "Poor photographer" ?
Please, before you hit the "Hide" button, let me give you an example or two where I find a rapid review important:
1) Events -- determining the expressions of speaker or posed groups of people, where you don't want to take unnecessary shots, but you must guarantee the shots are those needed.
2) Testing, or comparison shots of different settings -- comparing the latest version with one you still hold in your mind, to make critical decisions without taking time to hunt for and review previous exposures.
I guess I would sum it up as "time critical" circumstances benefit from quick review times.
I'm sorry if I am coming across as petty. I don't intend it that way at all. As I said, this camera is the pinnacle of my collection at the moment, and I have plenty of older cameras that I use successfully, including film. I was only looking for corroboration for observations I've been making, especially input by more knowledgeable shooters who might be familiar with shutter/mirror function and other behavior.
Being acutely attuned to the behavior of my equipment has always seemed like a positive attribute to me, and keeping note of small variances in my cameras (and cars) has save me much grief and costly repairs or assignment failures. So I pay close attention to breaks in rhythm, speed, or sound as a routine mental inventory.
On the question of review rate: I simply want to know if I've overlooked a setting or memory cache that would improve the review rate. I can certainly adapt to the camera and its functioning or find the best scenario for its use.