There have been a few interesting discussions lately and I'm curious\nto see if this topic has any insights. Also, I'm not sure I'm using\nthe correct terminology and I hope this is not one of those\nstart-a-war topics but I'm posting anyway! :-)\n\nI don't remember this being an issue when I used a film SLR many moons\nago BUT it seems to have a noticable impact on my digital images. I'm\ntalking about the discrepancy between the viewfinder framed image and\nthe captured image field-of-view ... on my Digital Rebel I notice I\nhave more picture in the captured image than I do in the view finder.\nI tried an experiment today using a ruler and 3 different lenses and\nthe measurements indicate a +5% to +8% larger captured image.\n\nI've seen several discussions concerning digital darkroom processing\nbut I have also seen arguments for captured scenes that require no\nprocessing. In this case if I take the time to setup a scene and\ncapture it, the added "field of view" distracts from what I'm trying\nto accomplish (I think anyway).\n\nSo, any comments, pointers, opinions or insights?!?!\n\nPS. I'm now getting into the habit of framing my pictures even closer\nthan I normally would BUT is this "problem" common to all dSLRs and to\na greater or lesser degree?