i have a Canon T3i and i was wondering if a viewfinder would be useful........ if yes any recommandations because the price goes from 50$ to 600$ lolll read a lot of reviews but does it really worth it in skiing ???
sebastien ( yes my english sucks and no im not a beginner )
I do not own a viewfinder. From what I hear, they are really used to block out external light so you can set your exposure and colors correctly. If thats what you want it for, then magic lantern would be a better and cheaper fix. You can use the histogram/waveform monitor, along with the zebras.
Because I'm from the suburbs, not Compton. And you look like an idiot when you are all thugged out in the parking lot waiting for Mom to pick you up in her Lexus crossover.
"this has a tilting 12" hd lcd with built in dolby 5:1 surround as well as a red velvet collapsable chair that folds into the battery grip and a small asian who lives behind the sensor and makes you popcorn. it's the same asian who cleans the sensors on all of canon's sensor cleaning bodies so it's not that revolutionary"
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i got a seagull viewfinder ( a zacuto zfinder pro knock off) to use with a zacuto evf. I haven't purchased the EVF yet, but i'll say that probably will be getting one in the near future. the dot pitch on the back of the screen of my 5d at 3x magnification is just too spaced out, and the resolution isn't that great for pulling focus without the zoom feature that the cameras have.
i thought about the same thing however its pretty simple..i got one for cheap, maybe 50 dollars, and the quality of the magnification is terrible, so when im using manual I can't even see when its actually in focus..spend the extra dough and get a legit one, a crappy one isnt worth it