The largest and bright viewfinder in the amateur zerkalke- which camera?

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23.05.2012 16:02:00
Friends, pick up a digital SLR camera entry (in the extreme case, average) level with the large and bright viewfinder - it became difficult to 50 years to look into tiny little windows and squint. . . and confused.
What advise from the modern, now in vogue?

Pictures go to inetovskih content, it would be good business and high ISO.
UPC are not suitable because: Again uncomfortable because of vision problems, it is difficult to aim at arm's length and is needed for a simple smart AF reportazhki: school, kindergarten, house of culture, work and so on. N.
thought in general and about lens - it would be good to pick porezche and posvetelee.
camera system - any freedom - no burdened))

Who What experience? Please do share!
 

23.05.2012 16:12:00
Look SLT line of cameras Sony, they are an electronic viewfinder. . . large, bright possible is what you need. . .

23.05.2012 16:16:00
Canon EOS 7D or Canon EOS 5D Mark III.
plus the first camera - a small cost, smart auto focus, excellent ergonomics. Cons - crop factor 1, 6.
plus a second camera - full-frame matrix, excellent high ISO, smart autofocus. Cons - the high cost.

of a lens - any light fix suitable for focal and on budget.

23.05.2012 16:19:00
The largest and most striking - from SONY A65. Fact!

23.05.2012 16:21:00
sony a57 65 77

23.05.2012 16:32:00
kropnutyh from Nikon lighter and more from Nikon D80, D90, D200, D300, D7000.

23.05.2012 16:33:00

was 5d - thought it was a chur expensive for prostetskogo Internet, and it is not far
initial level. Although super viewfinder.


look SLR sony - had not held, was a religious kenonistom))

EVI seen in the newest GCB - could not work with them, were not organic.
 

23.05.2012 16:45:00

After initial 5D nothing you do not like. IMHO.

23.05.2012 17:03:00
I have about the same age, vision and objectives.

tried many cameras, the best EVF - Sony A65 (aka in Nexo 7 and A77, and can be purchased as an option for Nexia 5H).
Optically not undertake to advise, but like a Canon 60D, 7D means in / 5mk2 will be even better.

If EVI is not annoying, it has a lot of advantages - shows the image in real time, during the night that something can be seen (with noise, though).

Now comes the new Pentax K30 c large viewfinder and weight than the other options, I think to wait for reviews on it.
prospect of using old native of manual lenses without an adapter very beckons.

23.05.2012 17:17:00
quote:
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If EVI is not annoying, it has a lot of advantages - shows the image in real time,

optical and perhaps in the unreal?

23.05.2012 17:19:00
Simply
now look at it. That was it) 5d + L-glass was healthy and terribly serious. . .
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a long time already, 5-6 years ago watching some tiny zerkalochku Olympus with a surprisingly bright and large viewfinder (compared to all junior and middle Canon Nikons), but alas - it was a long time, I do not remember.

What do you say to Fuji, Olympus, Pentax?
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nex-7, its EVI was not impressed, yet simple SLR seemed to me easier and more enjoyable.

23.05.2012 21:00:00
but still need to pick up a increasing eyecup, type this:

Magnifying Eyecup Tenpa 1. 22x Viewfinder Magnifier for Canon EOS 7D


Read more here: Magnifying eyecups experience with
 

23.05.2012 21:46:00

tiny zerkalochku Olympus with a surprisingly bright and large viewfinder
It was Foil SLR Olympus OM.
Yes, there was the viewfinder, you can drown in it, not that current. . .
And it is still selling and buying. . . In digital
like at Pentax well with the viewfinder, but there are cockroaches, this is the problem with auto-focus (such tormoznutosti Safoksa), and not less than pleasant, almost complete lack of technical support in the Russian Federation. And so, yes, you can wait for a simplified test K-5 (one of the least noisy cameras on Sonkovskoy 16mPiks. Matrix) in the face of K-30 vlagopylezaschitoy. . . there may be better with AF. . .
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