TheEmrys wrote:Well, just an update after using the EVF for a month or so. Here is my verdict: I can't go back to an OVF. I've found it to be far too useful.
cynan wrote:I find that the OLED screen on those Sony EVFs can make the contrast look really unatural compared to an optical EVF. That said, the new Sony EVFs on the NEX and Alphas provide great functionality and is definitetley worth the trade off for most. And they still look great - it just takes a bit of getting used to. Focus peaking is pretty cool. Especially when shooting video and being able to use it on the fly while manually zooming in/out or panning, etc. Does the A65 also let you automatically track a subject while shooting video (so that, no matter where in the exposure, it also stays in focus)?
Voldenuit wrote:I like having access to a live histogram on live view cameras (be they EVF or LCD), especially if you're shooting creatively, it's good to know where the peaks and troughs are before you take the shot (although not all cameras accurately reflect the RAW output in the live histo).
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