04-13-2017, 07:26 AM (This post was last modified: 04-13-2017, 08:30 AM by Brightcolours.)
Quote:But Pentax did a bit more with the moving sensor. And the SLT is in DSLR world still unique - so why did not Canon refresh their invention? The disadvantage of SLT is loosing light for both, finder and sensor, so I just think, Canon didn't want to receive tons of negative comments about that.If you look at Sony's SLT..
- The first 2 models had ghost light issues due to bad implementation of the mirror.
- Indeed, you do lose light to the imaging sensor.
- You lose the OVF.
- I have tried an SLT Sony a few times, and it is pretty horrid to see the too low frequency LCD flicker and lag and look harsh and not right.
- You use live view all the time with the SLTs, creating sensor heat and wasting battery power.