08-22-2016, 10:13 AM
Quote:You really didn't get it yet? There already are cameras with OVF + EVF, like the Fuji-Pro or some Sony Î± types. But to "turn down the lights" in an OVF putting as advantage...? The only real advantage is: an OVF needs no battery. But the rest of the camera does, so I still see no advantage or excuse for a manufacturer to put two different systems in the same space - LiveView is already standard in nearly all DSLRs.The Fuji does NOT have a TTL OVF. It is a range finder OVF, which is not such a nice thing to have?
Except of course, a Leica type which doesn't even have a LCD screen... meaning, no histogram, no accurate focus.
Also I don't understand what you want with an f/1.0? Find out, what a wild guess a DSLR AF does with it? Want to reduce the keeper rate? No offense meant, but your theoretical ideas have only theoretical use. Mind games...
Which Sony camera has an EVF and an OVF, by the way?