Well, we need Susan Sontag or Roland Barthes to explain us more about it, but they are not with us anymore... Probably Humberto Eco can do it.bfitzgerald wrote:Agree there is a tendency for people to view events through a device rather than to see it. Tech is great but sometimes we spend too much time looking at a display rather than what's going on. Still photo folks are used to this we usually have a camera stuck to the eye
Greg Beetham wrote:Those mirrorless thingies are definitely getting better, but how competitive would they be when the light level goes south?
I am basically a dawn to dusk photographer rather than a creature of the night so your concerns are some what different too mine. We have had a number of mainly night flowering orchids which required night time macro shooting but that was it.
Snapshots excluded of course.
Personally, I have found that when the light level gets quite low I prefer my NEX-6 to my A700. It automatically boosts the brightness of the viewfinder image and makes it much easier to compose and to attempt to catch the "right moment" in a changing scene.Greg Beetham wrote:Those mirrorless thingies are definitely getting better, but how competitive would they be when the light level goes south?
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