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| p.1 #20 · Camera controls in 5 years |
Maybe this is silly, but I'd consider setting metering and focus to be an essential shooting parameter. If that's touch-based, doesn't that conflict with the "one-handed, with gloves on, without looking" statement?
That's not a silly consideration --- you just caught one of my personal camera use biases. Since I shoot exclusively with manual focus lenses, I think of selecting autofocus points by touch as an inevitable camera feature for other people to use, but not a critical feature for my own photography. I suppose if I was an autofocus user, I'd want eye controlled focus; as a manual focuser, I already have eye controlled focus with a good viewfinder . Perhaps an eye-controlled focus point magnification on an EVF would be a useful feature for me; but I suspect that a good implementation of focus peaking would be more practical. Showing a histogram for the smaller image area where I am looking might be a nifty metering feature --- though I hope that in 5 years, my camera sensor will have so much DR that I will rarely worry about making critical metering decisions at the time of shooting.