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| p.8 #3 · “Full Frame Equivalence” and Why It Doesn’t Matter |
The better EVF cameras are great for showing non-technical photographers what happens with DoF, illumination, varying focal distances, bokeh, WB, B&W, colour adjustments, perspective - with a lens that can be operated manually...especially if it's a good low noise sensor feed with EVF tools that can be shown readily to the user.
Show don't tell. *See* what happens to the image when you use f8 instead of f2 (turns aperture ring)...*See* that more of the subject is in focus, and is less blurry...*See* what happens with a warmer WB (use control)...*See* how a B&W can look...etc, etc. for contrast, exposure, colour intensity, ISO noise effects..see how the histogram has more in the middle...instant review shows the effects of slow shutter speeds..you can cover it all in much less time with no need for a monitor, except the one built into the camera, that is..