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Old 05-02-2008, 03:47 AM
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One thing that I've noticed with my Nikon DSLR is that it's extremely hard to take pictures unless I have my eye to the viewfinder. Difficult angles are hard to take pictures. How do you guys take pictures when you don't have the "live view" feature in a DSLR?
i'm sorry but i don't know what a "viewfinder" is...at least, i am not sure what its italian equivalent is...can you explain plz?
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As far as I understand, viewfinder is a small 'window' where you can look alternatively to a display.
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Old 05-02-2008, 04:07 AM
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ah, now i figured it out...but i have to say some steady shot camera have the viewfinder...not mine btw. the old sony, can't remember the model, of my girlfriend for example.
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As far as I understand, viewfinder is a small 'window' where you can look alternatively to a display.
Yup, and it can be either electronical or optical
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Old 05-02-2008, 04:27 AM
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It's much more convenient for me to use a viewfinder than a display - especially in sunny weather.
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It's much more convenient for me to use a viewfinder than a display - especially in sunny weather.
it's like with modern cell phones...oh jebus. i'm fine with the screen of my camera btw, its contrast was perfect in every situation...up to now...crossing fingers!
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It's much more convenient for me to use a viewfinder than a display - especially in sunny weather.
thats why i just rotate the screen so that i can view the pic with no glare, it can move horizontal and vertical.
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Old 05-04-2008, 04:24 AM
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well, I understood what you meant
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- didn't mean to butt into the thread, the pics are awesome and a huge variety of cars (classic and modern).
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i guess it's simply a matter of opinion and points of view.

every time i pass where the two zonda were parked, i feel like that place was made to be fit with those cars, now it's so empty...btw, today my best friend call me saying there was a grey zonda in front of his house and that when the guy (his mom say it could be a very young one) parked the car he scratched against the sidewalk...
i'm waiting for the only pic he managed to take from his cell phone.
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speaking of that, I saw a Maserati MC12 with a huge scratch (5-7inches?) across the side, in the blue area (near the bottom, kinda in the middle).... i'm sure it got fixed.
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Old 05-05-2008, 03:12 PM
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i'm sure it got fixed.
i'm sure i would like to say something to the owner...
the onwer ofthe 599 spotted in this photoshoot is another good one: he looked at everyone even at 3 meters from the car as if they could in anyway "infect" his car or ruin the paint job just looking at it. than he put his jacket in the boot and slammed the trunk as if it was that of an old...i don't know, a renault 19?!
as my friend said, translating: "you have to be very poor to spend so much money and don't take care of it"
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