reviewing images on LCD monitor

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by eric, Nov 16, 2004.

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    eric Guest

    I just picked up a 20D and am rather impressed with it. However, trying
    to look at the image on the tiny LCD seems rather a pain. I do some
    sport shooting and trying to look at the images outdoors is rather
    difficult. How do some of you handle it? Carry a lupe around with you?

    My previous camera is a Fugi S602z which I used with an Olympus TCON17
    lens. It was quite easy to review images in the viewfinder. Not so
    with the 20D.

    Just climbing the learning curve.

    Thanks

    eric
     
    eric, Nov 16, 2004
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    YAG-ART Guest

    There should be a zoom in function on the camera, for the previews.
    Personaly I only review to make sure the exposure is correct, then I
    don't look at the preview again.
     
    YAG-ART, Nov 16, 2004
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    BenOne© Guest

    Zooming in on the LCD would surely give you some indication of focus.
     
    BenOne©, Nov 16, 2004
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    Don dunlap Guest

    So far, that has been my only problem with the 20D. When I review shots on
    the LCD, they look great, but when I get them into the computer, they are
    either too light, too dark, or out of focus. I also only see about 80-90
    percent of the shot in the LCD. I have reached the point where I don't even
    review my shots. I just take several at different settings to ensure that I
    have a good one. That's the great thing about digital. I have had my
    camera less than a week and have taken over 300 shots so far. If it were
    film, I might have taken 50.

    Don Dunlap
     
    Don dunlap, Nov 16, 2004
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    eric Guest

    Don,

    I don't have a laptop to carry with me. I do several weekend
    tournaments each season and I need to cull through the images. The
    little LCD is just not a very good way of going about it.

    Hmm... I think I need a new laptop... That's the ticket... Is this
    getting expensive, or what?

    eric
     
    eric, Nov 17, 2004
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    Don dunlap Guest

    As my wife says, "you can't take it with you", or as I told my sone
    recently, "I'm spending your inheritance". Go ahead and buy it, you only
    live once.

    Don Dunlap
     
    Don dunlap, Nov 17, 2004
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    Jer Guest

    Don dunlap wrote:

    Two bumper stickers on the rear bumper of my parent's RV....

    "Happiness is living long enough to be a problem to your kids."

    "We're having fun spending our kids inheritance."


    Both are true and I couldn't be happier for them.
     
    Jer, Nov 17, 2004
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