Electronic Viewfinder

An electronic viewfinder (EVF) is a viewfinder where the image captured by the lens is projected electronically onto a miniature display. The image on this display is used to assist in aiming the camera at the scene to be photographed.

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... to the light projected by the lens, allowing the camera's screen to be used as an electronic viewfinder ... Compared to some low cost cameras that provide an optical viewfinder that uses a small auxiliary lens, the DSLR design has the advantage of being parallax-free it never provides an off-axis view ... A disadvantage of the DSLR optical viewfinder system is that when it is used, it prevents using the LCD for viewing and composing the picture ...
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... The GH1 uses a high resolution (1.44 million dots) electronic viewfinder (EVF), a sophisticated projection system to achieve a clearer, smoother display ... The high resolution electronic viewfinder uses a technology known as LCOS, the same technology used in Panasonic's professional high end video cameras, and is supposed to be capable of much higher resolution ... no visible pixels for an image as large or larger, and brighter than competing optical viewfinders using a mirror box and pentaprism than most prosumer DSLR's ...
Electronic Viewfinder - Hybrid Viewfinder
... To get the advantage of both optical and electronic viewfinders some cameras have hybrid viewfinders ... These display the image in an optical eyepiece viewfinder, or electronically on an LCD screen ...

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